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Hi Allmyllife, I agree with what Karen and Raniah have told you. You may need different meds than the zoloft. I think it would be wise to get an evaluation from a psychiatrist to see what might help you more. I am divorced so don't have a husband to pick up after but my 35 yr old son lives with me and I feel I am always picking up after him. I finally put my foot down and said my house, my rules. He now must pick up anything that is in a part of the house other than his room. I would suggest that you tell your family that you are not their personal maid and they need to pick up after themselves. I would give out consequences for not doing as they should. My son is not allowed to use the big TV in the rec room if he leaves a mess. I know he is a little old to be told what to do but I think we all need to stick by certain family rules. And if you make say a suggestion that they pick up after themselves and don't do it for them then you too have to follow thru and pick up after yourself. But you may get them to see what a hard job you have taking care of them and the household as well as working. If they are left to see their own mess they may cooperate more. It's worth a try anyway. If your husband has to be accountable for himself then maybe you won't have too many arguments. I was married for quite a while but my husband was a neat freak so I never had that problem. I wish you the best and hope something works for you. Keep posting so we know how you are doing. Take good care of you.
Hello! I am sooo glad you posted! As I was reading this I couldn't believe it , everything I read was as if I wrote it. I've been to embarrassed to admit it. PLEASE let me know what the dr tells you.
I've been taking wellbutrin for about a year and a half. It worked at first but now I am having the same bad feelings as before.