Ok, I need help with this! I am at a loss here. My husband has been suffering from "moodiness" since he was young. Was diagnosed with depression while we were married and it has become more and more clear as time goes on that this is true. Meds did work for a while and I guess as opposed to none they are better. He contemplated an affair over the summer because he was desperate to "get happy" somehow and really blamed all of us for his problems. Now he is home and realizes that the core of his problems are his own. But he has become increasingly withrawn and irritable. His answer to everything is that he just doesnt know. I have no idea if I should leave him alone, go on with life and leave him sleeping on the couch all the time, try to motivate him to come, or what? He refuses to get help as he had a counselor before that basically just told him to get over it. He is on meds and they are obviously not working. He says he is not contemplating hurting himself, but I wonder really.. He says he is not in pain, just basically wants to sit and has no motivation. He does go to work and does the bare necessities. Have any ideas?
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