Posted by: angelnorman | July 20, 2010

worries.

Your spouse may be depressed if he:

  1. Sleeps too much or too little; wakes frequently throughout the night.
  2. Is persistently sad or has a flat, empty mood.
  3. Experiences increased anxiety, restlessness, difficulty concentrating, fatigue, and/or decreased energy.
  4. Exhibits physical symptoms such as headaches, stomachaches, or other chronic pain that doesn’t respond to treatment.
  5. Experiences appetite loss, weight loss, or sudden weight gain.
  6. Has suicidal thoughts.
  7. Feels hopeless, pessimistic, worthless, a failure.
  8. Is irrational in his thinking or has difficulty making decisions.

Also, he’s had two panic attacks within the last couple of months, the most recent one being today.

I sat down and had a talk with him. I hope he listens to my advice. That is all I can do as I’m not a counselor- hope. Hope and pray.

Ya dig what I’m sayin’?

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Responses

  1. Yeah.
    All my hope is with you.

    ~Muse LeMorgon

  2. talk, hope and support. that is all you can do 🙂 feeling depressed sucks. have you seen the commercial that says “depressions hurts…etc.” Its so physical, not just mental. hope things get better soon!


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