First off let me start by saying that I love my husband more then anything but he has an addiction with pain medication. I have tried everything I can think of to help him. His 14 year old lives with us and I do a lot of covering for my husband because I do not want his son to think badly of him. This situation has been the major issue of my depression. One day I am the greatest wife to my husband and the next day he tells me he is miserable and thinks we need to split up. This is not my husband speaking it is the pills. He use to be the kindest most loving and compassionate man I had ever met and now he treats me as if I don't matter. He has broke me. I am on Lexpro, Welbutrin and Xanax and still feel most of the time like I am just lost. I have tried to get his family and friends to help with this and they are only concerned about whether or not my husband is going to get angry with them. I am getting no support from them and my close friend has just told me to leave which I don't feel is an option at this point.n Is there anyone out there that has dealt with this and can help me. I am coming to the end of the road and I am not sure which direction I should take.
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