He says that he wants me to go on anti-depressents because then the bulk of our problems will go away, and marriage counseling will not be necessary. He is saying he is just very worried about me because I am forgetting important stuff and things that should not be forgotten. Well if I weren't under so much stress, and walking around on egg shell all of the time, maybe I wouldn't be like this. There just seem to be no pleasing him, there is not middle ground, you are either doing everything, or nothing. You "fix" one thing on his list and there always seems to be another thing to "fix" or what you have done is not good enough. I can't wait to get back to our therapist next week! He doesn't really like her because (I think) she called him on some things that he is doing and he doesn't think that she is right about it. It is like he doesn't think that he is a major contributer to the downfall of our marriage. It is my fault, and because of my depression.
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