My husband was diagnosed with depression a little over a year ago. He went to counseling for a while and started taking medication. He ended up quitting his great job (because he hated it) and became and independent contractor for a company that never paid him, but he seemed happier. He went off his medication on his own (much to my objections)and was alright for awhile. But then we fell on hard times and he quickly slipped back into his depression. He recognized it and went back on his meds, but they don't seem to be working as well this time. I'm having a hard time dealing with the ups and downs that he's going through this time. I want to get him back into counseling, but he doesn't have insurance and we can't afford it. It's hard to be the rock all the time...
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