Last night was the first time my husband was very upset. When I finally got him to talk about, it he said he was upset because of all the problems he is causing me. He said his memory is getting so bad. I told him he was no problem, and we will do fine. I was quite taken back by this. It's almost better if they don't realize what is happening. We have been married for 64 years. Both have been very active until two years ago when he started having problems. At that time he was playing tennis 3 times a week. So our lives have changed drastically since then, like all of you. I hope he won't get depressed now, since he is thinking about it. He is already on Lexapro Our doctor put me on Lexapro also, I told him I wasn't depressed, but he said he wanted me to take it. I'm sure glad, because I really need it now. Doris
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