You are right to be concerned I'm the clinically depressed person in our house (at least the one that been diagnosed, LOL) and I can relate to a lot of what you are saying. It's not going to get better without help. And I find myself wondering about an ER visit, or some type of emergency comittment so that he can get a good evaluation and maybe changes to his meds under medical supervision. We depressed folks aren't always good at articulating what we are going through, but you seem to be very tuned in and able to really peg him -- that is going to be most helpful to the Dr.s. I guess what scares me, is I can see this continuing, or even worsening and if he is despondant and overwhelmed then suicide begins to creep into the picture. I'm not saying this to scare you, but to reinforce that you are right to be concerned and to get some help. more cause you deserve them for being a loving spouse which we depressed folks sure don't make easy some days! ps. sounds like the sleep meds may need changed too, the sleepwalking with no recollection is a big side-effect of them. And sleeplessness is a symptom of depression, so better to deal with the depression than treat/bandaid the symptoms, IMHO.