when I touch the middle part of my head under my hair it hurts as if there was a black and blue. why is that? Is that stress? I suffer from Ocd and Gad so I spend most of my days in a state of tension and sadness.
panic attacks, can't sleep for days ata time. Wife left, I don't have car anymore, no energy, paranoia all the time seems like i can't do anything right anymore.Seizure problems, panic attacks severe enough too cause chest pains, pain in hands and feet.I was on meds until May 2012 my wife started seeing someone else cause of all these things. She moved away took my car no meds for seven months. What's wrong with me. Want life back not wife back.At least she's not here getting on my frazzled nerves anymore I got better deal he got her.Other than all that I'm doing grrrrreat!
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