I wrote about my husband not being able to sleep, and I thought it was anxiety. Well, he came home for one day and called the doctor, and asked for a sleep aide. The doctor prescribed Ambien. He took it last night and got a great night's sleep. I think this will work for him. I am also trying to just listen to him and be encouraging and tell him what I think. He told me tonight that he thinks that I should be a counceler because I really sound like one. Which was a big compliment. My anxiety has gone down some since his visit. Thank you all for your kindness and advice. I did tell him all this info you all gave me and this is the route he chose. I think it will work for him, so than you all.
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