Hello everybody. I just thought I would quickly share with you my current circumstances. I was recently hospitalized for depression and after being released I left my husband and moved out of my home. I guess I am too going to be a statistic for divorce among GBS patients. I wil say this, my marriage was shaky before the surgery and the weight loss only exacerbated the situation. Honestly, my husband was controlling when I weighed 337 and cmpletely insufferable at 200. Anyway, I am not sure why this seems so prevalant among us but I am sure it hs to do with bad choices all along rather than the surgery. Also, I discovered when I was hospitalized that I have no way of coping effectively with my anxiety because my coping mechanism was mostly eating. Now I can't eat and it seems that I am having difficulty finding a way to cope with all of my emotions and feelings. Good news is there are some great fast acting antidepressants and I started cymbalta. It is already working. bad news is I have to develope better coping skills that are healthy. I keep coming up with exercise cause everything else I can think of is not good for me. LOL! So a word to the wise, find new ways to cope!
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