First off, I just want to ask that if you have something rude to say ... please don't. This is something serious to me, and I really don't want to deal with it.
Ok ... my husband is in the Army. Saturday night, one of his really good friends in his unit accidently shot himself while cleaning his weapon. It's been a long time since I've seen my husband cry. He was so heart broken. I didn't know what to say or anything. They just fought together in Iraq, and now this happens. How can I help my husband? He is still "fresh" from Iraq .. only been home a few months. I want to try to help keep him open so he doesn't get depressed or anything. It breaks my heart bc I can't "fix" it. Any suggestions on how to get him to open up so he doesn't bottle it in and get depressed? Thanks!
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