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Hi, I hope I can offer some assistance.
Has your husband seen his doctor about these specific issues?
This is a difficult situation for you, however you can help by simply being there for him, letting him talk without any need for you to try to fix the situation for him. Eating well, gently exercising, positive distracting activities can all help to raise his mood.
The health issues may be raising concerns for him that he hasn't been able to discuss, however there are many resources available to help him discuss these confidentially:
such as mind.org.uk
Our team provides information on a range of topics including:
We will look for details of help and support in your own area.
Our lines are open 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday (except for bank holidays).
0300 123 3393[email protected]Text: 86463
Mind InfolinePO Box 75225LondonE15 9FS
I am not part of mind: the contact details are from their website.
This is a type of therapy I use which can help to quickly release negative feelings and help us respond more clearly:
This therapy is recognised by the NHS as a complementary therapy, and uses the same meridian system as is used in acupuncture, to clear the negative emotions and physical responses triggered by our thoughts.