How to Deal with a Depressed Spouse

If you think your partner may be depressed, your first step is to pay attention to the clues to get the right diagnosis and treatment. Here's what to look for and how to take action.

how exercise saves your brain, depressedWhen one spouse is depressed, a marriage is depressed. This illness erodes emotional and sexual intimacy and suffuses a relationship with pessimism and resentment, anger and isolation. Even the sunniest, most capable partner can be pulled into depression’s strong undertow: You may be overwhelmed by extra household chores that your partner is too lethargic to finish, resentful because your spouse won’t just snap out of it, or feel that you’re somehow to blame for the illness itself. You may feel alone yet unwilling to tell anyone there’s depression in your household, or you may simply wonder when the sparkle and joy, the humor and fun seeped out of your relationship.

If there’s depression in your marriage, it’s time to act—for your partner and yourself. Waiting increases the chances that your relationship won’t last; depressed couples are nine times more likely to divorce. And trying to fight or make peace with this often misunderstood illness on your own raises risks for both of you. The longer a nondepressed spouse lives with a depressed partner, the higher his or her own risks for depression. The deeper a depressed spouse sinks, the tougher it may be to finally treat the depression—and the greater the risk for alcoholism, drug abuse, violence, and even suicide. The stakes are high, but the odds are that things will improve.

Remember, you’re not alone. An estimated 19 million Americans are currently going through depression. In the Reader’s Digest Marriage in America Survey, 42 percent of respondents named depression as a major challenge in their relationships. It’s not surprising that most said this insidious illness had a negative effect on them. But there was an unexpected ray of hope: One in four said depression had a positive outcome for their marriages. “Getting diagnosed and treated makes all the difference,” says Emily Scott-Lowe, Ph.D., an assistant visiting professor of social work at Pepperdine University, who leads workshops across the country about depression and marriage with her husband, Dennis Lowe, Ph.D., a psychologist and director of Pepperdine’s Center for the Family. “Just 33 percent of people with depression seek and get help. But when you do, your chances for significant improvement are 80 to 90 percent. Almost everyone gets some relief.”

Depression isn’t a choice or a little case of the blues. It’s a physical illness as serious and life-altering as diabetes, heart disease, or arthritis. A depressed spouse can’t just “snap out of it” or “get on with life.” The reason: Depression is marked by dramatic shifts in brain chemistry that alter mood, thoughts, sleep, appetite, and energy levels. Genetics usually make many of us susceptible to depression; any number of factors can trigger the slide, including prolonged or severe stress, financial problems, a big loss or change in your life, the birth of a child, parenthood, and even some health conditions and prescription drugs. Marriage itself even raises your risk: Up to 1 in 10 brides experience “postnuptial depression” in the months after the wedding. And up to half of all women and men in unhappy marriages may be depressed, perhaps due to marriage problems (though some experts suspect that undiagnosed depression is behind the problems).

If you think your partner may be depressed, your first step is to pay attention to the clues—and help him or her get a diagnosis and treatment. These steps can help.

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24 thoughts on “How to Deal with a Depressed Spouse

  1. I see several posts about depressed people hitting rock bottom before getting help and spouses at their wits end ready to call it quits because of the unresponsiveness of the depressed person. My husband is depressed (manifesting as anger mostly, sharp-tongued, won’t particiapte in family things like our son’s recitals, vacations, works long hours, SLEEPS a lot, and more). He, like many others here have mentioned, likes to blame me for nearly everything that he PERCEIVES as wrong (the kids’ behaviors being a big one). I know I’m not in the wrong and so don’t “own” what he says, but it’s hurtful nonetheless. I also can’t stand watching him lash out at the kids. I DO UNDERSTAND that it’s his depression. He’s even admitted he’s depressed and saw our counselor a few times many months ago. But then he started a new job and now hides behind that (too busy he says) and won’t go back. I’ve suggested he see his family doctor, whose office is quite close to work (and who has more flexible hours). He won’t, and instead just yells at me, “I wish I’d never told you I was depressed.”
    I’m getting tired of waiting and being “supportive.” It’s hard for me to watch him be mean to me, the kids, his mom, AND to know that he admits he has a problem but won’t act on it. I’d like to help him before he hits rock bottom and before I lose what positive feelings I have left at all (which are now mostly just memories of what I USED to feel for the man he USED to be). I have tried everything I know how to do or say to urge him to do something. I’ve even reached out to the one (true) friend he has who knows what’s going on. While he acknowledges that he sees what I see, he doesn’t feel that there’s anyway he can help (besides pray).
    Any advice? Especially from those of you who may have been where my husband is.

  2. You’re title is insulting. You don’t “Deal” with someone with depression. You help them, you work with them, or you direct them to someone who can. People “deal” with people and things they have to handle but want nothing to do with. Thanks for adding to the problem.

    1. Your response is insulting to the many people that have to live their lives alongside a loved one that has become a shell of their former selves. Trivializing cavernous feelings of someone standing astride the person they love is not defeating the problem either. Don’t get hung up on a word.
      Some people DO get to the point where they don’t want to DEAL with it (their loved ones) but those aren’t the individuals that would seek out this article yet they are likely to not be as overly word conscious and ridiculously PC as you.
      Direct honest language is closer to the truth, lets not dance around until we all guard our tongues for fear of insulting and never utter what needs to be said.

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  4. Am Cannon shelly from Usa, i am sharing about my experience and testimony online in search of a spell caster that will restore my marriage and make me live a happy life. I was introduced to a spell caster by my neighbor and i contact him. to my greatest surprise i never though that there was going to be a real spell caster for me but i was amazed when i met a real one in the person of His Majesty,HIGH PRIEST OZIGIDIDON who helped in in bring back my man and making me have a happy marriage and home and also help in restoring back my job and life and sincerely it is to numerous for me to mention, i just can’t thank him more that enough for all he has done but i want to sincerely thank him for restoring my hope that there are still real spell casters out there. Indeed he is so real and true to his job. i am glad i met him and i will hold him in high esteem till i leave this earth. Your HIGHNESS i will never let you go you are my foundation.High priest can be gotten on highpriestozigididon@gmail.com. i know when you contact him and he worked for you, you will definitely come back to thank me. high priest is so great and powerful.. i have lost the adjective to classify him.

  5. How can you work on the illness when you are in a situation where you don’t have the money to get the medical help you need? We’re trying very hard to find a Psychiatrist who can take medical and there are literally 2 in our area who only work 1-2 days a week. If there are any programs anyone knows of, please reply with them.

    From the perspective of the non-depressed spouse, this is very interesting. It helps me to realize I’m not a monster for reacting the way I do to my depressed spouse.

    1. You don’t have to see a specialist. Most family physicians and general internists are capable of mangaging depression. If it’s very complex (bipolar or needing multiple medicaions), they can refer IF needed. A good counselor may be needed though, in addition to a doctor or NP (who prescribe medications). Are there any community mental health services in your area? Start with your primare care clinician. He/she can facilitate what you need.

  6. This website and all your comments have helped me so much. My husband has just been diagnosed with depression and I am at my wits end as to what to do. The reason being, he is convinced our marriage is over and can’t see that it is his depression talking. I feel like I am being sucked in by this and don’t know if i am strong enough to help him. We have been together for 14 years and have two children. He went once to a therapist thinking it was enough. I then went to the same therapist who explained that my husband has very bad depression and feels safer blaming the only good thing in his life. I have tried over the last few months to help him but he has just withdrawn even more. A few days ago his mum was rushed to hospital in a coma and the possibilities of her recovery are very few. I am scared that this will send him over the edge as he has now decided that moving out is the best thing to help him appreciate what he has got. I feel so low and feel sometimes that he is right and tgat there is no love between us. Then i have to remind myself that depression has sucked out all the love and stability we had. Just needed to let off steam.

    1. I’ve been with my partner for 5 yrs and married for 2 and yor story really hit home with me. My husband has also recently been diagnosed with depression and has also said that he needs to move out. He is currently looking for a place. This is really hurting me and I no longer know what to do. I would live to get an update on your story id possible.

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  8. My name is tucker stacey.This is a very joyful day of my life because of the help Dr.Trust has rendered to me by helping me get my ex husband back with his magic and love spell. i was married for 6 years and it was so terrible because my husband was really cheating on me and was seeking for a divorce but when i came across Dr.Trust email on the internet on how he help so many people to get thier ex back and help fixing relationship.and make people to be happy in their relationship. i explained my situation to him and then seek his help but to my greatest surprise he told me that he will help me with my case and here i am now celebrating because my Husband has change totally for good. He always want to be by me and can not do anything without my present. i am really enjoying my marriage, what a great celebration. i will keep on testifying on the internet because Dr.Trust is truly a real spell caster. DO YOU NEED HELP THEN CONTACT DOCTOR TRUST NOW VIA EMAIL: Ultimatespellcast@yahoo.com or call +2348156885231 or ultimatespellcast@gmail.com. He is the only answer to your problem and make you feel happy in your relationship.

  9. People who suffer from depression never think about the impact it is having on the people around them. While having support is great, it cannot last forever, there are exceptions, but the rule is most people don’t want to be around someone that thinks everyone hates them, in turn making everyone around them not want to be around.

    The battle with depression is 100% on the depressed person, no amount of support from outside sources other than a medical professional and medication, can help, the choice is yours. Now my wife suffers from depression, but I also suffer from her depression, people always forget the people around, like my daughter who has to live her life seeing my wife distance herself from everyone, make claims that everyone hates her and never trust people. My daughter will grow up with these things in mind, possibly causing the cycle to repeat.

    I have tried to support, I have for years, but when people lash out at “unsupportive” loved ones or people who have to leave after years of this, I think it is unfair because most these people have tried everything they could to help these people, but 99 times out of 100, the person they married has long since left, and now there is this person who hates everything or wants to die or whatever it is on any given day.

    My wife chooses to cancel doctors appointments, claims every single doctor is a fool and cannot help her. Every time we bring anything up, it will trigger a fight, every time sex comes up, it will start a fight. I just hope someone will read this and see that unless you try, nothing will change, your loved one is doing most likely everything they can, but they cant do everything, not forever. If you want them to stay, you have to try, and if they leave, know that they most likely did everything they could but couldn’t suffer along side anymore.

    1. Tonight I said to myself Im cant take it anymore. I want a divorce. I just don’t want to be with her anymore. I knew when we started our relationship 15 years ago that my wife has emotional problems but we fell in love and married. In the past she had on and off times with depression but always was able to let me work it out with her and come back to a stable happy life. But we had our daughter 4 yrs ago and we were at a peak of happiness. Soon after my job closed its location and we had to relocate to keep my job 600 miles away to a place we would have not chosen unless it was to make sure we could provide for our daughter. We had many discussions together and made the decision to move together, But soon as we arrive she feel into a deep depression that I had never seen with her before. She became full of anger and hate with everything in life. Everything now to her is pointless and worth nothing because we are here now. She has now gotten to the point now that all she looks forward to now is the end of the day to take 2 xanx and go to bed. We both made the decision together to come here under great stress but I know she blames me for everything because it was my job. I did not want to come here as much as her but that dosnt matter to her in her depression. I have tried to support her in every way that I understand what she is going through but I did not let that come between us. But she did and her depression has left her with no fear of consiquenes on how she treats me. She has left me even though we still live together, I am stuck in a horrifying situation that I feel I have no way out. Im at work trying to make sure my family is provided for with food and shelter but soon as I have a feeling of being proud to that the feeling smashes me back down that soon as I get home that it is worthless and means nothing.This has been going on now for over 3 years and my mind is about to split open every day of this all day long and I am trying to be the strong one and hold on. She has seen doctors as well but she just discounts them right away and I don’t know what to do. We do have our beautiful 4 year old daughter but I need someone too. I need more to be better with my daughter or that relationship will suffer too if all she sees from me is anger and loneness and dispare.

      1. I just want to say that I agree that your disposition and actions in this are very vital to your daughters character development. Thankfully she is a priority to you and you think of the impact that your actions have upon her. Your efforts *do* matter because your daughter benefits by seeing the contrast of how you choose to carry yourself. Your influence on her can been her saving grace. I commend you for every effort you make to be a good influence in her life. Please do not blame yourself for doing what you had to do to feed your family. You did what you had to do to meet your responsibilities. Blaming you is a tactic people use to avoid responsibility for their own part in the reality they create. There is an old saying: “No matter where you go, there you are” In other words, she can live anywhere and her disposition and thought process will still be there. She needs to get some therapy and some testing to see if she has a hormonal imbalance or other physically contributory factor. It really sounds like you are being abused on some levels from what you have conveyed. I would suggest that you get some support outside for just yourself if she refuses to go. Just because you need someone to help you keep perspective. Do you have friends to confide in?

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  11. My name is Emilly Thompson and my testimony is based on the fact that my husband never wanted to repair our relationship, but instead he fell in love with my own best friend, my best friend betrayed me and had an affair with my husband, within less than a month after I found out. I was now introduced to a Prophet Abayotor from the Ajamugashrine, he then prepare some reunion spells for me, though both of them had learnt their lessons for what they did to me, Finally when I ready for my husband to comeback home I just told the prophet and within a week I was surprised of the missed calls left by my husband, the voice messages that he left on my phone was that he did a mistake and wanted us to start over again and he will not try to cheat on me ever again in his life and that was it. I wish to say thank you the ajamugashrine and I recommend similar people mostly women in such situation to reach him via; ajamugashrine@gmail.com

  12. I’m a married woman living happily with three kids and a lovely husband.But wasn’t always a bed full of roses for me.I was once married to a man before meeting my present husband.I was compelled to marry my ex husband because my family wanted me to marry a high society man like my dad claimed to be.I never loved him but maybe he did love me but forcing it on someone only pushes the person further away.The love of my life was separated from me because my parents said they were just ordinary in order word he had no money and power.I was always in contact with the love of life but having a relationship with him wasn’t possible because i was married but the more i went further from the love of my life the greater the love i felt from him.when my husband discovered that i was still keeping in touch with the love of my life he did alot of things that i can not start talking about.I asked for a divorce and he refused because of the situation that was at hand.After a long while of misery and torments i found a spell caster named BANOJO online through some comment on how i got my husband out of my life.I contacted the spell caster and told him my problems.He gave me a list of materials to buy which i later sent to him in order for him to make the spell.Since then my life has turned around and all my problems has been solved.So if you have that same problem or a similar one you can contact him via email at d.rrivershebalisthome@gmil.com Good luck as you do so.

  13. I suffer from depression I’ve tried to kill my self 3 times. My spouse doesn’t care he yells at me and threatening to take the kids from me so now I’m forcing my self to do things like eat just so I don’t lose my kids I need help, I’m at my end

    1. Jessica, if you need someone to talk to, never be afraid to call your community health line. You are not alone in this world no matter how depression makes you feel. You are stronger than you know and brighter than you can imagine. I wish you the best in life.

  14. I am just starting to recover from clinical depression. I have had some degree of depression for the last 5 or 6 years. The last three have been pretty tuff, most of all on my wife who has stood by me through the worst of it. I have been a monster at times, verbally attacking the one person who loved me the most. I have been caught up so much in my own little world of what I can or can’t do or just struggling to deal with the day. Especially when I drank, I initially felt good and almost normal, but that was short lived and by the end of the night I would become incredibly over sensitive seeing everything as an attack, normally when there wasn’t one, and defended myself aggressively with a sharp tongue. All the while my beautiful, bright, happy wife was slowly being eroded away and all I could do was keep pushing.

    To those spouses and loved ones struggling to deal with this, please try to remember that through all of the bad times, it is not the real person you know saying those things that hurt so much. Although it comes from their mouths, they are not truly to blame so please remember to take the advice and blame the disease not the person, as it will help great deal.

    Unfortunately it could be too late for me, after all the arguments and hurtful words, it has taken its toll on my wife and she is no longer sure she sees a future for our marriage. I can’t blame her as she did not have the same support she gave me or any of the great information you can read in the article, so she blames me directly. I’m in no good position to argue after all that’s been said, but I’m not going to give up fighting to win back her love and respect.

    1. Your wife may also need lots of time and some emotional space. My husband also has clinical depression, and it was several years before he sought help, similarly with around three years of his depression being extremely bad. We told no-one and, incredibly, he managed to keep working and keep up a facade of relative normality when socialising. But in private he was completely withdrawn and cold (afterwards he would describe the feeling as just empty), a completely different person to the bright and engaging one I had knew, and the chemistry between us changed us completely. In time, I realised I was no longer in love with him, in fact I did not even know or like the man his depression had made him. I felt lost and alone. I thought about leaving every day for about year, but we’d been together over a deade and I loved him (or the memory of him) and couldn’t abandon him.

      Thankfully I didn’t leave. He hit some sort of crisis point on a holiday with a group of friends, no doubt a result of not being able to take having to keep up the facade and of beinging on the outside looking in at everyone enjoying each others’ company – which must have been exhausting for him. We talked and he promised to seek help. He saw his GP and a counsellor. A week after he began taking citalopram he suddenly became, well, his true self again – which of course was still sensitive and lacking self-esteem at times, as with most of us, but his cognitive and physical symptoms disappeared, he had energy, he could concentrate, he was interested in things, including me. It was amazing.

      But this is the reason why I’ve responded to your comment. While the world changed overnight again for him, it hadn’t for me. I hadn’t taken a drug that had rebalanced my chemicals. I did not feel energised. And I couldn’t just forget the feelings, the falling out of love, the lack of connection, the complete absence of intimacy and mutual understanding, of being on the same wave-length, of the past three years. To be honest, while relieved at the change, I was also broken and angry and incredibly resentful.

      But, again, we stuck it out. I got counselling. We got to know each other again and slowly-by-slowly I fell back in love with him. And that was amazing too because I really had through it couldn’t be as good as it used to be before the depression. But it was, better even. Not that this means its been all smooth-sailing. We’re both been irrevocably changed by the experience. My tolerance levels to his repeat stints of depression are nowhere near as high as they were at the start of his first bout (I begin to panic that we’re in for the long haul again, though we never are, hopefully becuase we both recognise the signs and address them much quicker). He feels guilty about what I went through (though he’s helped through difficult times my own, and it helps when support has become a two-way street). But we have a good relationship. We love and respect each other. We make each other laugh, a lot. (Though sadly he’s been having a incredibly bleak time for the past month, feeling empty again, which has sent me in to panic mode … hence how I found this website, scrabbling around for advice.)

      But, back to the reasons for the post … maybe your relationship is over … or maybe not. Your recognition of what your wife has been through is a good starting point. Maybe show her this and ask her to give it some time. But don’t expect her feelings to change too quickly. Treat it like you’re starting out all over again – which can be amazing in time, even with the baggage!). Take it slowly, and good luck with your recovery – personal and in your relationships.

      1. I have been struggling for sometime with my husband feeling like he was depressed and would approach him that i thought he was depressed. Depression runs in his family strongly he has always been amazed at his family members and could not understand how they could not just snap out of it. So his is very sensitive to being called depressed. But he hit rock bottom on Christmas Eve walked out and did not participate in Christmas presents with his mom and dad. I told them I thought he was going through depression but the next day he acted a bit better and everyone excused his behavior. My kids and myself have been as you said above a different person than everyone else sees because he to had been keeping up a good facade for everyone not in our household. His father died two weeks ago suddenly remarkably he handled it well stayed strong for his mom and sister. But this past weekend he broke he is despondent and isolating his self. I have begged him to get help he keeps refusing until today he finally agreed to get help, but he works out of town so hard to get him into doctor and he knows it and will continue to keep putting it off. My kids are hurting and I am hurting and I am very angry. Thanks for the tip to point the anger at the disease not my husband. We have been married for 26 years and he just keeps telling me I would be better off without him that he is too messed up. I love him and want to help him but literally depression sucks the life out the one you love and then it starts sucking the life out of you. I have decided to seek counseling which is helping me to deal with my emotions/ Any advice on things he could read that might help him to overcome this disease before he gets to the doctor?

        1. My husband has been suffering with depression for a few years. Isolating friends and beginning to find relatio ships with his family difficult because he os very short tempered and irritable. He wouldnt see a gp and snapped at me. Our love life stopped only making love at 2 or 3 am when he woke briefly as apparently he was less stressed then. He kept beimg so critical and irritable and worked compulsively. He said he felt like he was needed at work. I have recently found put he was gamblling too. We have two very small children and its felt unbearable. Family trips were like hell. I felt like leaving but instead I had an affair. The need for live and affection probably. My husband found out and has had a breakdown. Threatening to kill himself, he has also threatened to kill himself if I leave. He blamese for the depression and the breakdown. Everything really. I also feel so responsible. The depression is so hard. Im not sure we have the fight. This website has been great but any advice would be amazing.

    2. I hope you are no longer drinking. Share this comment you wrote with your wife. Sometimes it is easier to write your thoughts and feelings down, then give it to the person. After a time of stress on a relationship, it is often hard to speak to and express feelings without things going bad. Maybe the two of you can start with writing what you need to say to each other. Take her out, make her feel special again. She has stuck by you so far, she must love you and most likely misses the man she married. Good luck.

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