Living With an Alcoholic Spouse While Battling Your Own Depression
Posted Feb 10 2010 8:36am
Anyone who is living with an alcoholic spouse is having a rough time. Your alcoholic husband or alcoholic’s wife behavior is inconsistent and destructive. Your marriage is on the rocks and your family life is most likely falling apart before your eyes.
Do you feel powerlessness? Are you experiencing anger and resentment? I bet you have tried every approach with your alcoholic spouse including arguing about their drinking, begging them to stop, making them promise to cut back, and even completely ignoring the situation. However, your spouse’s alcohol problem continues to get worse.
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Over time feelings of frustration and powerlessness can turn into depression. Here is a list of symptoms of depression. Do you suffer from any of the following symptoms of clinical depression?
If you are experiencing a number of these symptoms, you should seek professional help to get treatment for depression. You will not be able to cope in a healthy way with your alcoholic spouse if you are suffering from depression. You should never sacrifice your mental or physical health for any one. First get your depression treated and you can gain the necessary strength and positive attitude to take action to turn your situation around for the better.
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