You shouldn't need proof or scientific evidence to get your dh on side for a parenting decision. The fact you want to do it should be enough. I don't see he adds any value to the relationship at all in fact the opposite.
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Sorry to go back a bit, but I just wanted to point out that a Psychologist isn't qualified to diagnose anything medical. They can do great things in your situation, don't get me wrong, however you will need to see your GP for diagnosis of depression and suitable medication, and possible referral to a Physiatrist.
Have you talked to your GP? Perhaps if you are suffering from some depression, medication could help you in the short term, deal with the bigger problems. You certainly have alot on your plate. Hugs
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