I am still grieving over losing my son. I clean houses which is extremely hard on my body. I am depressed that the income isn't coming in, I can't get a grip on my Son's death and I have fibro and neuropathy on top of it, which we all know that stress and anxiety does not help, and can flare it quite a bit. How can I get this all under control? the pain is unbearable, I can't sleep and am very irritable. The meds I'm on have side effects that doesn't seem to help matters any. I just need some guidance on how to get this under control. Ever since my Son died I have more and more flare ups. I used to be able to control it by detoxing, exercising, etc. and now I don't feel like doing much of anything. It actually takes every strength in my being to get up every morning and get moving. I'm not one for whining, but I am one to ask for help when I'm at my whits end. Help!
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