Here we go again- if any of you have read or commented on my posts around Nov 28th you will know what I am talking about. I really can not take this anymore. Ever since my husband started taking Effexor, he is a totally different man. He is emotionless, wants to be left alone, however, puts on a good act when he goes out, wants a divorce, wants the marriage to work but will do absolutely nothing to make it work. Says he is \"unable\"- I guess that means he is unable to call, communicate, ask \"how are you?\"- He says \"hi\" We have been married 24 years and he has been on this effexor for anxiety for 5 years. He has put on weight, has memory issues, can\'t make up his mind if he wants the marriage, one minute yes, the next no. For the last 2 years it has been emotional hell. If he is depressed, I have stayed with him but I can\'t any longer. He wants to be left alone. The doctors say that any anti anxiety medication will have the same effect( which I do not believe). He loves the medication and wants it more than the marriage.He says he is happy the way it is and we could be married this way. I am ready to jump out of my skin. Any comments?
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