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Monday, January 9th, 2017 03:13 am (UTC)
I empathize so much. I'm realizing husband's condition is not likely to get much better than it is until the national and his job political situation changes (minimum 4-6 years) or he retires (anywhere from later this year to 13 years, depending on circumstances).
And I've become more realistic about my own chronic depression, affected by the same things affecting him, by him, and by my own lesser but still frustrating job issues.

Your response to "do X despite short-term derailing shines a bit of a light for me. I think I've been allowing myself a little too much to accept my tiredness and depression & sit like a lump more often than doing little good things that don't take much energy--such as emailing friends or posting to my DW blog! Sending Light and encouragement to you on this path.

edit: so glad you didn't post this privately--it's so valuable to me both from a solidarity point of view and as encouragement/gentle nudge to me!!! Thank you!!

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