Ok, so here is my story. I have been married for 12 years together for 13. We have two children, 12 & 3. My husband and older son moved out December 28, 2010. I have tried unsuccessfully to get them to come home for almost 4 months. My husband claims that my depression is something he can't handle anymore. i have been depressed since the birth of my first son and only recently found out it was medically caused. I am working to fix it and believe that if I wasn't in this current situation I would be achieving a lot more success. My husband is still a huge part of our lives. We talk every day at least once and kiss and hug when we see each other. Sometimes he says that it is over and he is filing for divorce. Other times he says that it will never be over and that he wishes he knew how to make me happy. I am learning thru all of this that only I can make myself happy thru Christ. I have been regularly attending church since Jan after a very long abscence. I know that God has put this dare in front of me to change me but it is very hard to believe that I will ever have my husband back. I know that it is not about my husband but God and that he is only a tool. But I lose faith pretty easily. I try to pray for peace of heart because that seems to be my worst hang up. The constant anxiety. I love my husband so very much and know that I need to change. Thoughts and prayers.
As long as "you" try to get them back, you will be in the same boat. I know that might be hard to understand right now.
The dare is a journey. One that Christ will mold you in His image. It will teach you much about yourself and in your current condition, you will find that Christ will change all that if you let Him.
My wife was one who not only had depression, her anxiety was so bad she could not answer the phone unless she knew personally the person calling.
Now through Christ, not medication, she does everything... Heck, she even does Bible study with others, and things I never dreamed she would do.
Take time to focus on Christ right now. Let Him do His thing, and leave your husband to Him... His will, will be done!