My husband has been in a deep depression since last summer. He has been hospitalized a few times and has gotten the help that he needs. He was doing alright until a few weeks ago when he received a certified letter that he is being sued and has to go to Small Claims court. He owns a home inspection business and apparently someone is not happy with the inspection he did in January. He admits that maybe it wasn't his best inspection as he had ECT treatments two weeks prior to going back to work. Now, this lawsuit has sent him in a tailspin. We have a lawyer but my husband can't get it out of his mind. It haunts him day and night. The past week he has done nothing at all day and night but sit on a chair and think about this lawsuit. I have tried to talk to him but he "yesses" me to death and still remains depressed. Yesterday he said that he doesn't want to live anymore. Life is too hard. I don't know what to do. Please help me.
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