i've got a lot on my plate right now, in the process of trying to find a new job, relocating, had to move back in with my parents for the time being, fighting with SSID, and worrying about my health and the health of family and friends. my best friend just got shipped to iraq for a year, my grandmother is 89 and losing her mind quickly, my other friend is falling apart and everytime we're together all she can talk about is how much she hates her life and that she wishes she had the guts to end it. just typing all this out is putting my stomach in knots. i just moved back from florida and everything was laid out for me down their, and ever since i got back, life has been repeatedly slapping me in the face and with all this, i find that i can't control my anxiety. it's never been this bad and i don't get to see my psychiatrist for another 2 weeks, i'm even afraid to go to sleep for some odd reason. i take Vistaril presently for my anxiety because it's never been a huge problem but the Vistaril ain't doing shit to it these days. any suggestions?
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