Our expert says:
This is a common type of question, in esence, and there is no mystery about how to be helpful --- be ubnderstanding, supportive, ask if there is something you can do to help, and above all LISTEN to whatever he may want to discuss about his problems, if and when he wants to talk about it. Sounds like you have already been very helpful about arrnaging for him to see a relevant doc, and support groups, etc. Maybe he needs to take a bit more initiative about all this, himself ? Presumably counselling would help him come to terms better with the divorce and the issues surrounding the children
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