Our expert says:
SOunds like your husband has been recurrently severely stressed and depressed, and has chosen one of the typical male ways of responding, by trying to do it all on his own, even when he's failing, and not wanting to bother you with the details, not realizing that NOt being bothered by such important stuff is much more bothersome. Can't you encourage him to get proper help for his depression, including counselling and perhaps medication from at least a GP if not, preferably, a shrink ? And if he gets medication, as a suicide precaution, YOU handle it and monitor it.
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