To begin with, my husband and I have been married for a year now. I am 27 and he is 32. He seems perfectly fine and I absolutely don't see any symptoms. But I am still very worried about our future. Both of his grandfathers had dementia and now his mother is getting worse too. I am extremely worried about my mother-in-law but I am even more worried about him. I can't help but think that there is a possibility of the same terrible thing happening to him some day. We are in the process of adoption of a child and when we have a baby, who knows how we manage to care about him and about my mother-in-law at the same time? And it is such a scary thought that one day I may wake up and see those changes in him too. I have never been so scared in my whole life. I know that I am probably overthinking and my reaction is too emotional. After all, his health is perfect right now. Well, mostly. He was diagnosed with Persistent Depressive Disorder and General Anxiety Disorder last year. He is doing fine, taking medication and his therapist is amazing. I can definitely see improvement there, he has made a lot of progress. And it has never been too serious for him, everything is under control. But now I am thinking, what if those things are the signs of the future tragedy? I am reaching for help here because I have nobody else to go to. I am so devastated and I can’t stop thinking about it. We are both so young and should enjoy life and just value what we have now and create our own little family. But I have been having these thoughts for quite some time now and I can’t fully enjoy life with having this crippling fear inside. I would want to hear your honest brutal opinion on this situation. Are the chances high that this may happen to my husband? How do I stop thinking about it? Is it possible for me to live a happy life with having this thought in the back of my mind? How do I get out of this dark horrible place and stop locking myself into all these bad feelings?