I think your confusion arises from trying to interpret the interaction term independently of the main effects - when you have interactions you have to interpret the effects of one variable conditional on the value of the other.
So in your case, you would say that - when emotdys5 is equal to zero - the slope of the relationship between _Idum2_1 and the outcome is 0.36 (and vice versa, when _Idum2_1 is equal to zero the slope of the relationship between emotdys5 and the outcome is 1.25).
When the value of one variable increases by one unit, the slope of the relationship between the other variable and the outcome increases by the estimated interaction term (or in this case decreases, because you have a negative interaction). So when emotdys5 is equal to one, the slope of the relationship between _Idum2_1 and the outcome is 0.36 - 0.14 = 0.22.
Basically, the correct interpretation is that the positive relationships between the two IVs and the outcome are smaller/weaker when the values of the other one is high - not that they 'together significantly reduce it'.
As an aside - make sure you choose meaningful zero values for your variables, since if your zero values aren't meaningful, it will be substantially harder to interpret your results.