husband. How do I do this? We have been seeing a counselor on and off (on lately) for several years. His moodiness is just about more than I can take anymore. We see the therapist tomorrow and I want to ask that he recommends to husband's regular doctor that husband start taking something to cheer him up. Has anyone had to do this before? All he wants to do is sleep and play computer games. He has a bad back and his cholesterol is way high. I can't get him to eat right, all he wants is greasy processed foods and sandwiches with tons of processed meat and 1/4 cup of mayo per sandwich. Lettuce? Fuggetaboudit!" He joined the gym after we talked and talked about it for months. It was both to lose weight and to make his back stronger. Every time we have a projectg - we have a 30 year old home, we have projects! - he can't carry on because his back hurts. Well, he's belonged to the gym for five months now, and he has not brought home his work-out clothes to be washed in over three months. Believe me when I say, this man would not wear a jock more than once without sanitizing it. He hasn't lost a pound or built up one muscle but he swears he works out 3 times a week. Am I really supposed to be that stupid? And of course anything we do kills his back. Hello! I have muscular dystrophy, and I have to keep going because if I don't he can't get anything done or he skimps on the whole job to get it done and over with. I'm stoned on vicadin every weekend just to keep him on task and I'm sick of it! He pouts. He snaps at me. His triglycerides were at 438 last week, and last year they were only at 375, which was bad enough. Who exactly does he think is going to take care of him if he has a stroke? This is not the man I married. Maybe it is and it's just more noticeable because it's just the two of us, but I'm finding it very difficult to enjoy my time with someone who resents me.