i have been geting treated for depression since september 06 wen my da died ,i felt i was gettin a little better when my uncle was killed in a car crash on his way to work in the following may.then my step-sister died at the age 39 in the july and octobber just gone i watched my great ant die to out of these four i arranged thre of the funerls i am on 40mg citroplan a day but feel i am getin no better but feel stupid goin bac to my doctor they keep ellin me to go and talk to some 1 but i dont eel ready just yet.all i want to do is sleep is this part of it to ?
you really need to go talk to someone atherapist perhaps meds without the therapy is no good. you probably could do with some grief counseling as well as you have been throiugh a very difficult tiem loosing so many family memebers so close together.Please get someone to talk to. It will help you so much.Love Venora
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