My husband has ALS and can’t do anything for himself. Before he was diagnosed, I planned to leave him, but now I can’t. What’s worse, he always treated me like a servant and now I actually have to serve him. I could walk away, but I have a strong sense of duty and I love him as the father of our children. But that’s all. He’s often emotionally abusive to me and my grown children. I’m pretty sure he would be diagnosed as a narcissist. I don’t want to see anything bad happen to him, and I grieve seeing him in this condition. But he was diagnosed three years ago, and he’s still here. His condition steadily worsens, but only by little bits and pieces. I have no life. I can’t leave him. I’m the sole bread winner–my job is demanding and I have to drive 3 hours a day (because he wants to live near his family) to get there. I support my son who has PTSD and our grandson, too. I’m tired. I’ve thought about ending it all, but too many people depend upon me. I’m depressed. My body is worn down from lifting and moving him. I don’t sleep because he wakes me several times in the night to move his arms or his legs or whatever. I need help but I don’t know where to turn. I’m so tired.