I am new to this, my wife has been depressed fro about 3 months & she is getting worse. I have until very recently, tried to just "snap her out of it". I n retrospect it seems I did more damage then good. She has lost all desire for me & is like a ghost when we are home. I love her & I wan to work through this, I have never had to deal with this. I want my wife back, I want to do what is right for her. It just seems like I could explode, all of my passion for her & frustration with this has been going on to her. I knwo it is not right, but we use to talk about everything so I am so use to venting to her. Now I realize I am venting to her ABOUT her & thi sis NOT good. She just recently agreed to see someone Thank God! In the meantime what can I do to help her & NOT hurt her. How do I deal with the lack of Love, all I want is to be held & told all will be OK. I dread the thought of this lasting a long time, I feel like I can't bear it, to see my lovely wife just become a roomate, with little emotion twards me! This is Killing me! Any advice would help, or just something to give me hope. Thanks to anyone reading this...
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