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How can I help my spouse feel better after he lost his job and not self-isolate himself?
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Dr. Bassam Amawi
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: He seems depressed
Talk to him , see what he is concerned about and why he is feeling this way, if he continue to feel down , he need to see a therapist.

In brief: He seems depressed
Talk to him , see what he is concerned about and why he is feeling this way, if he continue to feel down , he need to see a therapist.
Dr. Bassam Amawi
Dr. Bassam Amawi
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Dr. James Fox
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Listen
I think the most important and therapeutic thing you can do is to listen to him. He may be holding in a lot of emotion, and people can often experience great relief to have a non-judgemental, free place to express themselves.
Let him know that you are there for him. If you have done all these things and he hasn't improved some, seek out a trusted counselor or psychiatrist.

In brief: Listen
I think the most important and therapeutic thing you can do is to listen to him. He may be holding in a lot of emotion, and people can often experience great relief to have a non-judgemental, free place to express themselves.
Let him know that you are there for him. If you have done all these things and he hasn't improved some, seek out a trusted counselor or psychiatrist.
Dr. James Fox
Dr. James Fox
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