Our expert says:
You are not now, never were, nor ever will be, a non-person. Though I imagine it may feel like that to you. It's sadly common that families which have experienced a traumaic bereavement often later undergo significant conflict, too. Marriage counselling can he;p a lot, but it sounds as though your husband had decided to avoid that and just leave --- maybe a sudden decision or maybe one he brooded about for longer, without discussing it with you ? Sounds like there were many elements here --- that loss, then the loss of the family farm, then his loss of his work. He could very well be depressed, and could respond really well to treatment, but would need to be persuaded to see a good local psychiatrist for assessment and treatment advice. I would worry about a risk of suicide, too, if he remains untreated, as he could have a cumulative sense of helpless and failure.
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