I've been married 20 years to a great man who has had a long battle with anxiety, panic attacks, ocd and, although it's undiagnosed, I suspect depression. He is quite aware and proactive; meds, has been in treatment, lots of exercise etc. But lately I am at my wit's end. We have a teenage son who does well in school, has a great girlfriend, is social and is a terrific athlete. But my husband obsesses about everything about our son and is so anxious about him (and in a very negative way). As soon as our son got serious with his girlfriend my husband kept saying how terrible and heartbroken our son will be when they split up. Every A in a class my husband worries will turn into a B. He checks the online grades every day and gets very angry and frustrated with me because I don't check. And now our son is in his spring sport and my husband overanalyzes each game before, during and after. Our son is off to a slow start and my husband's a wreck. I can't sit with him at games because I feel his tension and I dread the drive home. My husband keeps this away from our son - I think - but his anxiety is making me feel anxious and upset. His negativity is overwhelming me. He angrily rejects all my attempts to be positive or to put things in perspective. He says he's just worried about our son's feelings and he can't handle seeing him sad or disappointed. I get that but I feel like I'm drowning in the negativity because my husband makes such a strong case for why everything is terrible that I end up lying awake at night worrying about our son. I would so appreciate any insight or advice on how to help my husband or help myself. Thanks so much!