How to handle husband's suicidal thoughts
October 7, 2012 11:58 AM Subscribe
After discussing marital separation my husband searched online for what happens to life insurance in the event of suicide
posted by momtothreedc to Human Relations (30 answers total) 8 users marked this as a favorite
My husband and I have had marital issues for a while stemming from my inability to trust him after discovering that he was visiting erotic massage parlors. We have been to counseling for 4-5 month and I still feel angry and like I just can't trust him. After confronting him initially he was defensive, directed anger at me, and denied realizing what he was doing was wrong etc., so I never felt true closure or the ability to move on.
After walking around angry for months with no real emotional "improvement" in my desire to be intimate with him we discussed separation last night. He was comforting, said he would support me, that our children need a happy mother, that this might be our only chance at me getting some space and loving him again. We said we would work to figure out the logistics of it all and I cried a lot.
Was just looking at a computer he was on today and I see this morning that he searched online for what happens to life insurance in the event of suicide in our state. He wasn't using private browsing and we both share the computer. the tab wasn't open but you could see in the history that he had searched for what happens to life insurance on google and then read about it.
What do I do now??? Was this on purpose so I would see it? How do you handle someone having suicidal thoughts, do I call someone???