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I have all the symptoms that you describe. Lost my brother right after he lost his wife of 30 years then nearly the day that my brother passed away from a long battle that I was very much a part of helping him every way that I could his youngest son decided to kill himself one year later. I had to tell my mother when she got home from work. PTSD is real. I take meds for it. Talk to your doctor. I still take meds and probably always will until my time is up. Mother left me in charge. Yay me. Zoloft, valium and ambien. As needed. Zoloft daily. I have a whole lot of things that caused the anxiety way before all of my family leaving me here to deal with the people who are left for me to take care of. Not an easy road. For me meds help me cope. I know many do not agree with meds but to each his own. I medicate to keep my sanity.
I will never be the same again. Just keep trying to do the best I can. Need to get in some exercise routine or something. Due to physical health problems I am limited. I want to get back into shape. Might help with depression too.
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I had bad social anxiety before I met my husband. Over the years he became my buffer when things got overwhelming. And with his help, I was eventually able to be out with people, even in crowds without having a panic attack. I did have to have a few days to prepare and a few days to recover but we found a system that worked. Now, I start to panic when the phone rings. I don't want to be the person I was before. Always afraid, always on the verge of a breakdown. I want to be the person I was when I was with him. But all those feelings are coming back 10 times worse than before. It hasn't even been a month since he died and my doctor wants to wait before putting me on medication. Sent me to a counselor to see if she can help.
Thanks, I appreciate it, same to you anytime. My doctor and counselor both say it's to soon to diagnose me with depression because its part of the grieving process and I could overcome it in time. My counselor thinks I have ptsd because of the way my husband died and the subsequent events. But again thinks time and therapy will help me over come it. Right now it's hard to see me overcoming anything, every day just seems to get worse.