Wednesday, February 04, 2009

A Minute Love Language

I subscribed a minute love language from Dr Gary Chapman 5 languages of love.
Although I'm not married, I find that the book, Desperate Marriages is rather interesting.

This is what I got from the email on dealing with depressed spouse:

Identifying the Problem
What do you do when your spouse is depressed? First, you must get information. It is helpful to think of three categories of depression.
1. First depression may be the by-product of a physical illness. When we are physically sick, our minds and emotions move into a depressed state. We temporarily check out. It’s nature’s way of protecting you from constant anxiety about your physical condition.

2. Second kind of depression is called situational depression or reactive depression. It is a depression that grows out of a particularly painful situation in life. Many of these experiences involve a sense of loss: the loss of a job, the loss of a child to college, or loss of a friendship.

3. The third category is depression rooted in some biochemical disorder. It is a physical disease, and must be treated with medication. Visit the library or search the web and learn about depression. It’s the first step in helping your spouse.

So... that's depression, how about the unfaithful and irresponsible ones?

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