depression is killing me - my husband and my marriage. I am beginning to run out of options. My hubby lost his job over a year ago and I went on full disability for having a nervous breakdown at work (not good when you are a school teacher).. We are about to lose our home of 26 years and there are no answers. My hubby is becoming angry at everything and treating me like a child. I find that I look for reasons to go take the dogs for a long walk or go to the barn to work with my horse. I have not cleaned my house like I use to in so long it is embarassing. I do not enjoy going out in public at all. I am very uncomfortable around people I do not know. I do not handle any finances but when I do ask my hubby what is going on - he gets mad. My energy is running low as is my desire for anything. I am tired and lonely. There are not too many places left to go. On top of all this I am expecting my first grandchild in 2 weeks. My son is on the opposite side of the country. No idea when we will see each other. My other son is moving to another state that takes 2 1/2 days to get to. They are my happy places. Is there anywhere to go from here???View Thread
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