I,m 49 bearly employed and have had depression most my adult life.My wife has been married to me for 27yrs and I have been a burden on here too long. A month ago I stop drinking and then one day I had some beer with a friend I wasn't to do that.Now she wants me to move out. She is stong willed and afraid I will be violent ,but I am not a violent person.i don't want to loose her if I leave I loose everything in my life that gives me joy.i loose my son ,my pets my home and then I will lose my work.if I move to my moms I loose the way to see my children . I loose everything .all attempts to show her that I will change have gone array she is cold and distant.i see the pain I have caused but that doesn't help her,she can't hear me she is in fear for her own self mentally ,I don't blame her.Anybody looking at me these days would say I'm a looser or I'm lazy,terms misunderstood .i will be homeless and without hope.Someone please tell me what may help I have faith in God but he's not talking right now if you know what I mean.All I want to do is try to make things better with my wife but she thinks she is helping me tuff love you know. She can't see how her actions are making me worse.i saw your post Samatha and was greatful to see it.Maybe someone can give me a better solution to me. I'm already on meds.View Thread
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