Hello Sophie, we really appreciate your post because being in this current situation is not easy at all, and by people saying 'You are the strongest person I know', is not only a misunderstanding but a comment that may be far from the truth.
Having your job at home may seem to be perfect for some people but certainly not for others as the office interaction has presently disappeared, so your environment is different and when someone begins to cry every day then that's a real concern that needs attention, but please don't blame yourself because that's one problem people seem to do, unfairly.
The more you are told that you are strong, when you don't feel like it, then perhaps this is when you cry because you know exactly how you are feeling and if you believe you need to start taking your AD's once again, then discuss this with your doctor and then agree with you.
At the moment no one else needs to know, that's your choice to decide on, but if you want to tell your partner, then that's what your doctor has advised you to do, so all you are doing is following their instructions.
We do happen to hide our tears, sadness and struggles, but it's not fair to pretend, especially when you know that's exactly how you are feeling and find no joy in life, I am very sorry for you.
Being ungrateful is not how you should feel because your condition is much deeper than being like this, there is more involved and being told you're strong may mean that you're not allowed to feel this way, of course, you are, you're a human and affected by many different circumstances that you're trying to push under the covers, please don't let this happen, because when you do, what this means is that it all builds up, but putting on a happy face is not going to help you.
When you are able to and want to, it would be lovely to hear back from you.