hi jamiee here, firstly, compassion 2 u. i understand both sides, as we can't talk about that, except i have been there myself. u both need time, i understand your frustration, your situation should be looked at, what i am saying is you need some care & support yourself. i suggest u wait till you are both ready to broach the situation. healing luv 2 u both. jamiee, 37, male
iddm, major depression, secere borderline personality disorder, hormone deficency, plumbing issues, back, diabetic nuropathy, insomnia, & bits & pecieces!!
Please do review the rules and guidelines, "Discussions of suicide or self-harm that are deemed negative and therefore potentially injurious to others are also not permitted."
I will not edit your post as I think it is the trigger for your anger and now that we have the business portion of my reply out of the way............please let me welcome you to HealingWell.
I am sorry you are in this difficult situation. I agree with others that have posted and encouraged you to seek counseling for yourself. I think you need to work through why you feel the way you do.
Your husband has depression? Does he have an official dx or is it his behavior the cause of your concern? You ended your post with " he wanted out of the army and he was depressed.."
I believe if he has a severe depression that the army would have the medical and psychiatric care available to help him. I may be wrong as I am not an expert on military benefits.
I hope you do decide to see someone to help you before you make any permanent decisions.
Take care and again welcome to HealingWell.