My Crazy Life.
I am a military spouse, my husband just got out of the Airforce and joined the Air National Guard. We moved from Illinois where we had lots of friends, I worked and the kids had their activities and friends. We moved to Wisconsin, it has been one stress after another with my hubbys work and packing, cleaning the old house, moving far away from family, unpacking all our stuff getting the kids settled. Did I mention there is snow everywhere. My anxiety level has been through the roof, I am afraid I won't make friends, I would love to find a job but they are very limited. I feel like I am losing control. I resent my hubby for moving us and get anxious about that and feel very guilty. I can't eat, and when I do I gag and end up throwing up. I have experienced anxiety in my past and I took prozac for it and it worked wonders. I am really considering going back on it. Has anyone had to go back on meds after being off them for years?
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