I would repeat Michael's advice to "stay positive." Amazing recoveries are possible.
All couple's relationships differ, but I would encourage openness between you and your husband. This is tricky because, as my wife found, it helped if she could share her concerns with me, but she didn't want to overload and burden me while I was still at my most vulnerable. I, on the other hand, knew how I was feeling and sometimes showed outward signs of distress that were worrisome to her, but I could sense were nothing. Some people find anti-depressants helpful. (I did.) Some find counseling from therapists or members of the clergy. My treating cardiologist was wonderfully supportive and my wife also talked, by herself, with our PTP.
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