Thank you. I guess I just need someone to tell me everything will work out eventually if I do things right. I know there's no guarantees in life. She said her celexa has been tapered down and she'll start on effexor now. How long might it b till I see a diffference if there is gonna b one. You tell me to be strong and supportive but how do I know I'm actually doing the right thing.
Thanx for the encouragement. I don't think she thinks there's anything wrong with her. She knows she's depressed but doesn't seem to think that's the problem. She thinks I'm the problem.
I'm definitely not the problem. I think if you were to tell her six months ago that we'd b in this situation she wouldn't believe it. She's always told her friends 'I love that man' ' I have the best husband in the world' 'he's a good man' 'I'm a very lucky woman to have him' 'he takes good care of me and spoils me' I know for a fact she's said these things about me.
Ok. Well I do my best. I will b seeing my therapist and phyciatrist on Friday. Is there anything I could ask them that might help? They both know the whole story.
Should I see if she'll go to my appt with me?
Ok. Can you show me those books again. I can't find them for some reason
and I will sent the others from the other question.as well
and one other very inexpensive but effectgive little book:
Hi Elliot. Just wanted to give you an update on my situation. My wife has been switched from celexa to effexor. No change yet. A couple of positives are that she hasn't started a fight for two weeks. Another thing is that she bought me nhl hockey tickets for my birthday. I wrote her another letter telling her of things I admit I've done wrong in the past and how much I love her and miss her. Havent given it to her yet and wanted to know if it was a good idea to give it to her or not. What do I do?
Thanks Elliot for keeping me in your prayers. I need all the help I can get.