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  1. My husband has been in depression mode for 2 years now he has been put on some depression medicine he was out in a behavioral hospital and he met a lady now she calls and facebooks him all the time when we are together and she calls he won’t answer but when I leave he talks to her. He even went out to McDonald’s for coffee with her for three hours. The next day they sat at the park for two hours and he doesn’t tell me. He hasn’t opened up to me for two years and

    • I’m sorry to see you didn’t finish your story..but anyway, that sounds like a emotional affair starting between them and it could be very dangerous for your relationship. THey have something in common that you two don’t have, I think that counseling in your case is critical and I hope you do that as quickly as possible.