My husband was depressed for 1 year or so and the dr. put him on zoloft and within 3 weeks he went crazy. He was also diagnosed with ADD a few years ago. The Dr. realized he was bi-polar, but my husband wont believe him and will not see him anymore. He is a completely different person. He has spent so much money, had an affair and has now decided that he doesn't love me after 17 years. He even missed his son's 16th b-day. How do I help him realize he is sick? He won't even talk to me about it. I am losing my husband, my money and my kids have lost the most incrediblehe dad. Any help on how to have him see the dr. would be helpful.
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