As far as YS, things have settled into something of a routine. He is continuing his recovery and is expected to be hospitalized another month at minimum. He will be exiting the intensive care unit and transferring to the physical therapy floor next week. He will also begin psychiatric treatment. They tell us that he identified issues that led to his suicide attempt. He remembers everything, which we hadn't been sure about in the beginning. His psychiatric treatment will include a brief period of inpatient care followed by an intensive outpatient program. We are very lucky. YS has defied all odds and is on his way to making a good recovery from this nightmare. The same cannot be said for my marriage, unfortunately. I think I have been reasonable and supportive, but nothing I do is enough for my wife. She is deeply angry and resentful of any time I take away from the hospital. She is not taking care of herself and seems to expect that I shouldn't take care of myself, either. I really don't know what she expects because she does not articulate it. I have the idea that nothing less than daily vigils at YS' bedside will placate her. He is hospitalized 50 miles, round trip, from our home. I visit every other day and have offered support in many other ways as well. I think this is reasonable. She is lashing out at me, often abusively. Someone wisely stated in another thread that crisis will either bind spouses together or rip them apart. In my case, at the moment, we are being ripped apart. It is a vicious circle, because the worse she behaves, the less supportive I feel. I am going to take care of myself regardless of what my wife says or does.