My husband, who moved out recently opens up to me once in awhile. He says I am the only one he really confides in and I am sure I don't know everything. He sounded so sad when I spoke with him, he told me some good news about his career and then started crying saying that it could be all for nothing because he might not be around very long. What do I say? I try and comfort him and tell him I am here anytime and that I believe in him 100% that he can get through this. How will he if he is this far down and not willing to get back up? It was hard when I was living with him because it was 24hrs, always worried about him. But it's hard not living with him because I can't see what is really going on and I am in the dark over half the time. I am so consumed with worry that I don't feel like I can concentrate on anything else. Any suggestions out there?
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