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Thank you Ann.
I have such terrible anxiety, does anyone else?
I've suffered from anxiety since my early twenties, and I noticed that it did worsen in the immediate months after my mom's death.
I think the best way to handle anxiety is to accept that you are anxious. I also think it's okay to go to your medical doctor and be frank with him/her. Sometimes you need a little medication to help get through a rough patch.
As for the girl who keeps contacting you about the insurance, you may have to hire a lawyer just to get her to cease and desist.
I hope today is better for you.
The things that work for me in anxiety is to exercise everyday. I get up early and walk before it's too hot. I also limit the cups of coffee/tea daily, and I have an app on my phone called "Breathe". It's free and has meditations on it. I also got a short term dose of a Xanax generic for the immediate weeks after mom died and after dad died. I was very up front with my doctor and she totally understood.
I wish you luck and peace.
Thank you everyone, I glad to know I am not alone.