I suffer from depression, always have, since a child. My husband, who has a great heart, and is basically a good man, is trying to be very supportive of my depression. Unfortunately he did betray my trust a few years ago, doing a few things he should not have been. He has since apologized for them, which i accept, but the trust has never returned. We got married quite fast, within 2 months of knowing each other, now I am not sure I ever was in love with him. He treats me well for the most part, is kind, and I do not want to hurt him in any way, but because of my depression and me trying to get over what i feel was a betrayal of trust a while back, I am confused. I was on meds, but they made me crazy and worse, I am going to be getting some new ones, and I am trying to get into counseling as soon as possible, on my own for now. Has anyone been thru this?
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