Our expert says:
You may or may not be right about the exact nature of your husband's problems, but if there is good reason for concern, and the diagnosis is not absolutely obvious, it is wise NOT to rely on a GP's opinion ( most did not receive much training in psychiatry ) and rather arrange for your husband to be seen by a good local psychiatrist for a detailed expert assessment, and then a discussion of diagnosis and treatment options.
It is always wisest to seek such an expert assessment, rather than making a personal diagnosis and then looking for someone specializing in what you think the problem is.
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