my husband and i were recently married on 07-07-07 and things since then have just been downhill. he was told a long time ago he had add and has since senpt most of his life learning everything there is to know about it, but refuses to take medication, d/t the fact that he says it works for only a short period of time. his moods are constantly changeing from one min to the next, if it doesn't interest him he won't have anything to do with it (which is esp hard on my 5 yr old son who looks to him as his father, since his real dad isn't around) holidays are here and he puts everything off till the last min and then there is no thought involved, the list goes on. I love my husband with everything i am, but i suffer from depression myself and it's hard enough to deal with mine and my son's needs, but to add his in there makes it draining on me, how can i make him realize that other people put there suffer from the same dx but still cont, to have normal lives and can cope with day to day living? and what can i do to help me in the meantime? i'm so afraid of saying something d/t him taking everything i say wrong, he only listens to part of my conversation and then tunes it all out, and wonders why i won't communicate with him? any help would be much appreciated at this point.
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