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    atari84 posted:
    I know everyone out there is frusterated. Living with a depressed spouse can be hard. And you never know what days will be good and what days will be bad. I know sometimes I have been afraid to even leave the house and go to work knowing he may have a suicidal episode. When hes in his depressed moods I find he is quite selfish. Im sure he does not mean to be... but its hard to be the "rock" all the time. I started keeping a blog. And it really helps you vent and say what you want to say. Ponder your thoughts and feelings...
    heres the link to mine
    and if you start one be sure to let me know...Its honestly helped me so much and i recommend it to everyone out there living with a depressed spouse
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