SLZ...I really feel for you right now. My husband and I went through some rough times when I was first diagnosed and started therapy. We both did a lot of hurting of each others' feelings. Right now you are also at a low point so you are probably hyper sensitive to what your husband says. I know I sure was at that time.
Keep with the therapy, go by yourself for a while so you can feel like you are getting something out of it. Your therapy should be geared toward getting YOU better. Maybe your husband should go to his own sessions.
Some pdocs are really only good for prescript
ions, sadly. So it is good you also see a separate therapist.
Keep your chin up in these low times. And even though it seems no one in your life understands or supports you...just remember that they just do not "get" it. I think it is hard for any non-bipolar sufferer to truly understand what we are going through on the inside. And remember we here all support you, and know exactly what you are going through.
"Just because you're in the driver's seat, doesn't mean
you have to run people over." ~ Fred Pausch