hello, boy you are in a dark place now, but you have many friends here on this site, so I really hope that we can give you a resting place to be able to talk to us.
Other people may not understand the first thing about what depression does to somebody and how it affects our personal life, which then in turn affects on how they feel towards us.
This is a sad scenario, but unfortunately it's so true.
There are a lot of factors here that are affecting you, or maybe it's one big problem spreading out all these factors, and I really wonder if your therapist can understand what is actually happening to you.
I only say this because there are times that we have to change our psych. because we just don't click with them, or maybe they become complacent and don't understand what we are trying to tell them, and this has happened to me before when I went to see a psychiatrist who just starred at me, which made me feel uncomfortable.
The list of problems I had written done on a piece of paper and when I did hand it to him all he said was 'whow where do I start', so I didn't see him any more.
So what I am saying is that if you don't have a repoire with him/her then it's time to change counsellor.
I am sorry that your marriage may end or at least separate and this then puts much more pressure on you and probably your son.
You could also go back to your doctor and get them to review your medication, because not only does a specific antidepressant not do anything for you another maybe better.
Look forward to a reply. L Geoff.x