So a year ago my husband wanted to separate saying he didn't feel right, wanted to see a therapist, and needed to figure things out. He was diagnosed with depression and anxiety. We have a four year old and I have been the single mother for a year while we have been apart. We still see eachother several times a week and talk every day. He was on paxil for about six months. In all this his libido is 100% gone, he is still not himself, and he said he just feels numb. He has no positive feelings for anything. He can't find his love for me or anything so now he wants a divorce because "i deserve better than this". It has been such a long horrible year and I don't know what else to do. Because of my suggestion he is going to go get a blood test this week to test his testosterone level. Is there any hope? It's like he wants a divorce because he doesn't know what else to do. He thinks he loves me somewhere deep down but he just can't find it. I think that medication did him more bad than good. It made him more "numb".
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