Does it ever end????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!

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a.l.
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   Posted 9/21/2006 5:20 PM (GMT -6)   
Just when I thought I was starting to feel a little better, I got a call from my husband that his unemployment was denied (they reversed the original determination).  I feel like we just can't catch a break, and needless to say, my anxiety is sooooooooooo bad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I feel like there is no end to these disappointments and I don't know how to help myself................

shell67
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   Posted 9/21/2006 6:18 PM (GMT -6)   
Im so sorry a.l. We talked about that not long ago, about the domino effect, they are so mean for changing thier decision, what a crock :( Try to keep your mind busy on other things, i know its alot easier said than done, but it does help the anxiety some. find a good book, good music, anything that will relax you and make you forget. My doc told me recently, not to worry so much about things, its a wasted emotion and its time you will never get back, so be happy and keep looking up. I hope things get better so soon, HUGS
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   Posted 9/21/2006 7:59 PM (GMT -6)   
A.L..........yes it does end when it is ready and yes I truly believe in the Domino Effect . ..........I am so sorry for all you are and have been going thru this is totally wrong can you not re appeal again or is this decision totally final ........Take care and be well
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a.l.
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   Posted 9/22/2006 10:45 AM (GMT -6)   
Thanks, everyone, for your replies.  You don't know how much I appreciate your words of encouragement (as I sit here at work crying confused )
Yes, we are going to try to appeal again, but at this point I feel like we won't get anywhere.  My husband is completely dejected and demoralized and now I have added worrying about him to my list of worries (typical, right! :-) ). He is normally such an upbeat, positive person and I know he is trying to stay strong for my sake, but I can tell that he is down.
Don't know whether I should make a doctor's appointment at this point (I do have a call in to the therapist for an appointment)- was doing so-so with the Zoloft, though not great (mornings were so good, but as the day went on I felt better) and this new "punch" has me very upset. Maybe once the initial "shock" of the unemployment denial wears off I'll feel stronger- and I know that no amount of meds can take problems away-only masks them- so I don't know if adding Wellbutrin (as the doctor had suggested we may end up doing) or switching to something like Lexapro would do me any good- or if I just need to ride this through... It's bad enough having the A/P- why does everything else have to happen!?
Well, again, thanks for your concern!!
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