I am very worried about my husband. He doesn't handle stress well. He works a very stressful job that causes him to be very moody especially after he gets home from work. Ever since we got our diagnosis of autism for our son Gabriel he has be sinking deeper and deeper into a depression. Everything that we have been applying for we have been denied because we make too much. Everything our son needs we have to drive hours to find. He makes a good amount for the area that we live in, but we have been hard put to pay the bills each month due to Dr.s bills,the special diet my son is on, and GAS PRICES. He feels like he isn't providing for his family. There are things that we have had to give up that he is guilty about. I don't know what to say to make it better. I have asked him to go to cousiling, but he comes from a very close- minded family. He fights constantly against that mentality but doesn't always succeed. He is convinced that counciling will do no good and i am forced to watch him become more and more secluded! Does any one have any advice??? Can anyone relate???
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