Same here - my husband was diagnosed with metastatic pc last August - he is on hormone therapy, and Abiraterone, and has had RT. But uncontrollable waves of sadness and grief hit us both from time to time, we live in France, the medical care is fantastic, but they aren't really into support groups, so there isn't much in the way of support, and it's hard to do counselling in another language. Certainly the Hormone therapy has made my husband very emotional, he's always been the sensitive type, but it's much worse now - let's just say, we don't watch Bambi in our house! It's not as if we feel he's going to die anytime soon, it's just a grief for the loss of the life we had, physically our relationship has changed completely, so that has been a terrible blow, he's far more tired now, and there just seems to be a sadness we can't quite shake off. He had a heart bypass some years ago and neither of us felt like this then - so I do know exactly what you're going through. We find taking our dog for walks in the forest helps a lot, and we try and spend time with good friends as much as possible.