Well no hospitalization for me! I went and spoke with the lady (whoever she was) that does assessments. And she had no concerns that I was suicidal and that it was just the anxiety. She advised me to get on my meds like my doctor wants me too (He upped my dosages) and I would be fine. So my hubby and I spent the weekend in San Angelo, close to the hospital if I needed it, and I took the meds. I am feeling better actually, although the little bugger of a thought is clinging still. My hubby is taking some time off of work to spend with me and I am taking off of work also. We have had a trip to Vegas planned with some friends for several months and we've decided to go. So we leave on Tuesday. I think it might be just what I need to destress and let the meds kick in. Thank you all so much for your encouragement and prayers. I will be thinking of you all and praying the best for ya'll! (I'm from Texas, can you tell?!)
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