I am a first time poster. I'm glad to have found this forum. I have a spouse who
Suffers from depression. I have 2 young kids. I want to
Understand more about depression and have questions so i
Can cope with this situation better. He can be absolutely
Fine for weeks and then I get blindsided by him not being
Able to get out of bed in the morning. I get so pissed sometimes
But just hide it and act supportive. I hide it from my kids.
I have to say daddy has a tummy ache. It is pretty
Sick and dysfunctional that i have to hide this. My kids don't deserve
This. When i chose a husband, i made sure the man i married
Didn't have a temper and wasn't an alcoholic.....i though
I was conservative and careful with who i married. Now i still end
Up living with dysfunction and sickness....just another form!
Anyone out there dealing with a sleeping spouse?View Thread
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