..go to al-anon, or some community service and ask for help. if you don’t get it, go somewhere else. …it is hard to make choices when you are depressed – you need to make yourself look at here accountable by ticking your little goals off. Anxiety comes from undealt with anger and as you make little helpful choices in the right direction it will gradually get better. Get down on your knees & ask God to help you. I am writing from experience….no one can understand depression like someone who’s been there….YOU CANNOT DO THIS ALONE OR with this pressure in your life. Good Luck…I am a living testimony to the fact that it can and will get better….don’t give up and when you can’t do it, ask God to do it in spite of how you feel.
You need to get with someone -( not in the relationship sense), who can build you up while you get professional councilling to help you deal with your own problems
I am married to a alcoholic that I have prayed for God to change and it’s the same at this point I seriously don’t know what else to say or do..I have two beautiful small kids that has seen me go through some very tough times with this man he have promised several times that he will get help and haven’t done so do I leave and begin my life else where after being with him for thirteen years O love him but Iam tired…tired of arguments sleepless nights and tears I’m just tireds
You need to get out of that situation, depression is suppressed and ongoing anger and it is obvious that your relationship with a person who puts himself ahead of your feelings all the time is a big part, if not all of the reason why you are depressed
I know what you are going through! I have been married for almost 10 years with two beautiful children. My husband is in the Navy and this past deployment when he came home he started to binge drink more often than usual. He has started to call me names in front of our children. I finally told him if you do not get help I will not stay in the marriage. I have said this many times before and every time he will stop drinking for about 3 weeks then start again when he thinks in his mind that I forgot. He cant even admit that he is an alcoholic. I just have to say enough is enough and I will only offer support if he gets professional help! I have no choice but to leave if he dosent. Lisa, I know how you are feeling because as I type here today I am to depressed and have feelings of despair…but I do believe that in due time you will start to feel better and will get through it! Look you only have one life to live…as far as we know it..dont waste your energy. Also, I figured you cant help those who do not want to help themselves and please don’t blame yourself…just focus on what you have done and know that you have tried your best. You are not the blame even if your spouse tells you that…I know mine does when he is drunk. I dont know if you have any children but, for me my childrens safety comes first and I dont feel safe anymore with my husband of almost 10 years ?? Im not sure if you will read this but if you would like to comment back or have anything you would like to discuss please do!