Mattie i am so sorry you are gong through this- Karen hit the nail on the head- its not your husband talking, its the illness talking- let that be of some comfort to you. i will send up a prayer for you- you did do the right thing and hopefully your husband accepts treatment and can begin on the road to recovery. my uncle was bipolar and a paranoid schizophrenic, the hardest thing my aunty ever did was have him scheduled, she felt guilty and useless, but in the long run, with meds and therapy, he became a loving hubby and father, a totally functional member of society- you would never have guessed what he went through and what he put others through when his illness had him in that dark pit.
there is always hope- keep us posted
thank you. you explained it very well. question about depression and a little info. My husband was very confused about what he wanted/wants out of life. He moved out 2 months ago before he hit rock bottom. Although he would call me every day and ask me to go to dinner or the movies. Confusing? YES! He loves me but not sure he wants to be married. We are financially in debt which cause to his stress. And now he has no job- ugh! I am wondering if by taking his medication the lexapro and klonipin if it will help him to figure out his life. He says he loves me and right now just wants to focus on getting well. Which is a very good sign. Would love to hear marriage success stories!
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