Maybe you could sit down and write how you feel on a piece of paper and read it too him. I know that is hard, but try it. Or find him some information on the internet. Another thing that you could do is have him go to another counseling session with you and have your counselor explain it to him. I want to say that women get more depressed than men, though that isn't alwys the case. But I think he needs some counseling too. Maybe seeing your counselor would get him thinking. I know that this isn't much help, but it might make a difference. It is so hard to explain depression. People think that you can just shake it off, but you can't. Even though he is angry with you, he shouldn't be yelling all of the time. He should miss you and do what ever he can to get you back home. That is just my opinion.
Have him read some of the posts on here, maby you can find a list of symptoms or something. Or look for a good book over the internet.
I really wish you luck with this, I think that it will work out for the best. It doesn't sound like he is being very compassionate with you right now, which makes it his issue, not yours, I think he needs more help than he thinks. and you can't change him. He has to do that. So maybe you are taking on his problems when you should focus on you and the baby.
I know that you love him, and want to make things right, but this might be his problem and not yours.
just keep going to counseling, have you asked your counselor about this issue? I am sure that she/he could come up with a good answer.
Keep us posted, write back and let me know what you think.
Luv and hugs, Karen
fibromyalgia, Chronic fatigue, depression,allergies