My mom died Oct 6th, 2007, my step-sons bio-mom died Dec 21, 2007, my older/only brother died Dec 29, 2007. I guess I went into fix everyone mode and didn't pay attention to how lousy I felt. I cried a bit here and there, but there is so much to do when someone passes away, that I just focused on being super person and now it's just all hit me. I went to a new doc today, burst into tears when he came in the examine room, we went over all my ailments, burst into tears again, then he handed me a script for prozac...I look at myself as the strong fixer type, I have mild OCD, which doesn't help, and now here I am with all this stuff and I just don't know what to do to relieve this incredible pain. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. xo
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