ok my husband is at the end of his rope and is having a breakdown. i understand this and i truely want to help him get through this. in his mind there to him feels like a constant ringing that takes at least a week of peace and quiet to stop. with two kids under 5 and everything else going on he feels like he is banging his head against the wall. as i do too. he is a veteran so there is options for him. we also own a property elsewhere that he would be able to get peace but it is not a livable property at this time
(not insulated and 15 feet of snow and freezing conditions with no water or electric turned on at this point due to winter and renivations)
he could also go through the VA and go into inpatient psyc for a month. he would rather go to the other property but because of the condition of it at this time it would not be a good thing.
what can i do to give him that peace and quiet so that he is able to stop the "ringing" and reassese his life and choices? would it be better for him to go to the other property or to the VA.
problem with the VA if you know anything about it is that they would very well love to drug him up for the whole month and just talk. medication in our eyes isnt the solution.
Asked by Anonymous at 11:41 AM on Feb. 15, 2011 in Health
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