My husband and I are both depressed. It seems on my good days he's more down and then brings me down (his most common symptom is anger) then on his good days i'm down. WHen we're depressed we tend to push eachother's button's looking for a reaction, some sign that the other cares or notices. We have children and so our yelling at eachother is not healthy for them. Is there a good way to break this circle? I've tried talking it doesn't seem to do anything but make it worse. The only thing that seems to help is being intimate (which is imposssible to do all the time with kids, plus the depression is prohibitive on a sex drive on my end)any advice?
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