45 years old and just wanting to feel normal. I started taking Xanax a little over a year ago due to the extreme stress of my job and insomnia. I love my line of work but I HATE who I do it for. The owners have no business in any type of leadership position.
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
WOW, just reading your entry made me almost cry. I hurt all the time, but I am doing ok, Just hang in there. hope buspar works, I just took my first 5mg pill a moment ago.
can you post a follow up of August note?
You deserve a big bear hug! I have sent you a personal message inviting you to join us on The chronic Pain Couch. It's the perfect place to vent. I read your post in the Pain Forum and knew that you'd really enjoy the Couch. Hope to see you there.
Poor thing. I know how that is. Fortunately I have not had any nausea but do get tummy aches now and then. I am wondering if there is a better pill, meaning something that is not as addictive as oxycodone, like maybe valium. I am taking 15 mg 3 times a day.
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