Welcome to the forum. I think it would be best to be honest with your husband and let him know that you are seeking help. But that is totally up to you.
This might not be easy, it may take a while to find what is right for you. He saw the bad sides of depression with his mother, he might not see that with you. In fact, have him go to one of your therapy sessions with you and let the therapist know ahead of time of course. He can see that you are trying that you have a good therapist (I am assuming). Be honest honey, don't hide it. If you keep trying to hide it, you will only get more depressed.
You have us behind you, so don't be afraid. If you want to wait to get more responses, do so, there could be even better ideas for you. LIke educate him. His mother might not have had the proper medication and he could have seen some scarey things. Not everybody is the same when they are depressed. She might have been very manic, or very mean. I don't know. But you can get through this, we will help you. Keep your faith.
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