I'm looking for help with my husband. He's been diagnosed with Major depression after having a nervous breakdown. But he won't help himself. He's been to the doctor and a psychiatrist - they've both told him the same things, to get out and excercise, talk to me, he even has a book he's supposed to read. But, like many people fighting with depression, all he does is isolate himself, which is just making matters worse. I don't know what to do - he's so sad all the time and moody with the children. I just want to help him help himself. I went through a serious bought of Post Partum Depression so I can sort of understand what he's going through, but I still don't know where to start helping him. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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