I'll try to keep this as brief as possible.
I started dating my current boyfriend a few months ago. (We're gay, in case it's relevant.)
We got on so well, had loads in common, similar outlooks on life, similar likes and dislikes. Both introverted, both not interested in clubs and stuff like that. We fell in love and thus ensued the happiest period in my life so far. In fact, I'm pretty sure he's the only person I've ever really loved.
About a month ago, he became very depressed very suddenly. He has a history of depression, but he hadn't had a major episode like this in a few years. He withdrew from everyone, stopped talking to his friends, and for ages, I was the only person he willingly spoke to. He feels completely numb, and at this point he doesn't think he feels very much for me anymore, if anything. Not because he doesn't love me, but because he can't feel anything at all.
He says he's sick of feeling numb, but at the same time, he's absolutely against getting help. He just won't, and nothing I say will convince him that it's a good idea. I just don't understand it - mostly because I suffered from depression in the past, and it was admitting that I was and saying that I was sick of it that made me see my doctor about it.
I'm just confused, afraid, and most of all terrified that this is going to lead to the end of our relationship. I know I can't make him feel better, but is there anything I can do at all? :(