first off thank you all again for all the listening you do...................well rae and i went to the phyciatrist today at the request of our therapist to see about some med's..he seemed o.k asking each of us about our daily routines.he came up with the conclusion that we should get out more and exercise which will help our minds burn off these chemicals that it's storing,makes sense..............he said that constant crying was actualy bad for us and releases more toxins,seems odd...he recommends that we take a vacation and very soon[he calls it a retreat]to help clear our minds,makes sense but just doesn't feel right to vacation without scootch........then he prescribed a few meds for each of us including-ambian,zoloft,& xanax,i guess i'll be open minded............i found it odd that he recommends that we start cutting down our cemetary visits from the 4 times a week to eventualy once a month..he says that it's only keeping us in the present grieving stage.....has anyone heard any of this from there phyciatrist...............thank you for any help....................ed
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