My husband has been clinically depressed for some time (over a year). He has been trying to get help for about 6 months, but I don\'t think he was seeing the correct doctors. Now I think we do have a good one. At this time he is on remeron, valium and zyprexa. I am trying to hold it all together for him- keep stress away, keep him happy. I am worried about our 7 year old who knows that daddy \"isn\'t well\". I can\'t stand to see him so miserable (if it were up to him, he\'d sleep all day to avoid feeling miserable). Any suggestions on how to help him and how to not become taken over by his depression? Thanks.
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