Hello and welcome to our forum.
First, thank you for being a cheerleader for your husband! Many patients see their support systems crumble just when they need it most.
I hope that your husband has discussed with his doctor that he just isn't feeling well. Obviously, though, it's easier said than done to get through to someone who is in denial!
I don't know where you are located, but we have a patient & family conference coming up Oct. 26-28 in San Diego. You can get the details at our home page at http://gdatf.org/
[gdatf.org](Note on links: if you click directly a link, you will need to use your browser's “back” button to return to the boards after viewing, or you will have to log back in to the forum. As an alternative, you can right-click the link and open it in a new tab or new window).
I've spoke to other couples who have attended and really felt that the educational programming and the breakout support group sessions gave them a better sense of connection and understanding.
We also have several free informational bulletins at http://gdatf.org/about/about-graves-disease/patient-education/
[gdatf.org] Bulletin #29 would be an especially good one; it's called “Graves' Disease from a Man's Perspective”.
I wish I had some easier answers for you, but please know that you can always come here for support. Wishing you and your family all the best!