(Closed) Is my new husband suffering with depression?

posted 9 years ago in Wellness
Post # 33
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

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@britpopbabyx: Oh my god, I am SO sorry. That is just awful. And to think, all this time you were so worried about him and trying to figure out how to be supportive of him. I am livid for you.

His loss. Truly. Good for you for standing up for yourself and changing the locks. You can do much better than this douchebag.

Post # 34
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

I am so sorry.  You have been so amazing and gave him the benefit of the doubt.  He is making a very big mistake, and I know he wiill realize that soon enough.  I agree with PP — it is his loss.  

Good job changing the locks.  

 

Post # 35
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

Wow.  What a complete ass.  I have a family member who went through this exact same thing– twice.  Each time, it was not long after the wedding, and each time she walked.  No questions, no second-thoughts.  She started her life over and is such a hero in my eyes. 

I am so, so sorry. 

Post # 36
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Buzzing Beekeeper

I am so sorry to hear this. I didn’t think it just sounded like random depression. I have no words. I hope you take that bastard to court and get everything.

Post # 37
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I am SO sorry! This is my first time seeing this thread and immedately from just your posts I had a gut feeling he was cheating. My ex fiance behaved the same exact way before I found out he was cheating on me with two other women including my best friend. Everyone thought he was having a complete mental breakdown when in reality he was just too gutless to admit the truth and was looking for an “easy” way out. (Not saying your husband is gutless, just describing mine.) I hope that even though you are devastated and heartbroken that you can feel a sense of peace about it as well. At least you know what happened (what REALLY happened) and you can move on. You deserve to be happy. You deserve better. Hang in there 🙂

Post # 38
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

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@jjmomma: Agreed! You deserve better, print out those emails and get a good lawyer! If you don’t have kids yet…THANK GOD! You don’t need that stupidity.

Post # 39
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

I am very very sorry honey.  I just don’t know what men are thinking.  I am glad you found out what it was, but not that it was cheating.  I read almost every post on this thread, and I too looked at your wedding pictures.  YOU are beautiful!  Boy is he a FOOL to have done this to you!!!!  Life will go on, my ex-husband just flat told me one day he didn’t love me either.  We were married for a year when he told me this.  It was hard, but my best friend who took me in said something to me that I thought was very rude and heartless at the time, but she told me “he isn’t crying over you, so don’t waste your time crying over him”.  It took me a few weeks, but it made perfect sense.  I am now remarried and although my marriage/relationship isn’t perfect, I am sure my hubby loves me.  I know you will find your way through this pretty girl!  I am praying for you!!

Post # 40
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@britpopbabyx: I’m not a medical professional, but it sounds like he is having symptoms of depression. The good thing is that he knows that there is something different going on and is talking to people about it. He may want to make an appointment with his doctor and also find a therapist (I’m of the belief that the majority of people can benefit from seeing a counselor/therapist!). I have read the rest of the responses and hope that you are in an okay place. My partner suffers from depression, but I have no idea what I would do if he were cheating on me. My thoughts are with you

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