Hi. I can’t imagine how hard it is to feel that way with your wife. I’ve been divorced for so long and can’t regret it as I should never have married him. You haven’t been diagnosed for that long and it’s not an easy one to get thrown your way. Can you see your gp, ms nurse or neurologist? I think you and your wife both need support. Is it really what she wants, to leave you? And do you really want to be without her?
The ms society has a support line you can phone them on. Your situation sounds quite desperate. I’m glad you have supportive employers but that’s only part of your life. Please seek help, living as you do at present isn’t healthy and unless you can both sit down calmly and each of you be totally honest about how you feel, how you can improve the situation and what you see your future to be, it’s going to continue.
I’m only saying that because my daughter and I had a huge breakdown in our relationship as her dad caused serious friction. Things got so bad that I was suicidal. I got my diagnosis during this deep depression which didn’t help matters for me. Jen was acting out at school and referred for counselling and it was the best thing we ever had. The therapist spent time with both of us individually, then together and she mediated. We both overcame our differences with time and now we’re closer than ever.
I’m not saying it was easy, and we still have arguments as two individuals always will. I take anti depressants but we’re both in a much better position. I’m happy and she’s at uni getting firsts in her subjects. It’s not the same as your situation with yours with your wife, but there is help out there.