Be good for me. I've tried many meds and got the most help from Cymbalta but mostly for my back pain. My boyfriend has termonal cancer and I think talking to someone would help me through it and finally take care of lifelong issues to help me maje better decisions for the rest of my life when he passes. I would like to see a professional but have no idea how to find one. I usually get doctors from people that recommend them but this isn't something I want to post publicly. How have you picked a psychiatrist? I live in Phila PA and want to try avoiding going downtown. Of course finances are important since he won't be able to work. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
I was where you are 4 yrs ago at this time of year. You will need someone to talk to, that's for sure. Even when they're gone, there is a large void in your life.
If money is a problem why not try to get into a psych clinic at one of the teaching hospitals. I know, moving in philly can be miserable and I don't blame you for not wanting to go into the mess, but Temple and Penn should have good ones being teaching hospitals. If you can get your mood stabilized now, it will help you enormously with coping with whatever you have to do for your bf. I've been away from the area for 20 yrs, so I can't give you names of specific docs. Some of the best docs in the world are in philly tho.
I live in the tri-state area and they have some great doctors. Only problem I had was how long I had to wait for an appointment. I was on a waiting list for months. After he passes you may have to go up in dosage. When my sister passed they had to switch me from klonopin to Xanax bc the anxiety was so bad.
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