Unfortunately i know exactly how you feel i dont have an answer but i know what its like to cry all day everyday never knowing what mood he will be in. he fell from an 8 foot roof almost a year ago he was unable to work for a year then when he was released there was no job for him so he has just started unemployment i who was a stay at home mother and wife for 13 years had to start working. he was on medication that also worked for the depression ( that he dont have ). however he did not like the way he felt while on the meds so he stopped taking them against mine and the doctors advice. i have been in school for a few years now studying psychology so i know a thing or two about depression, the thing is if they dont want help we cant force it on them but like you i dont know how much longer i can do it i cant take the pain he is causing all of us. his decision to not get help is ruining my family. i love him so so much but the love is not enough to keep us all together for much longer.View Thread
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