Wannabbetter, that is the AMAZING thing about God( one of many amazing things I should say) while no human being can be with you ALL the time, GOD can! I know it is not the same thing as having someone with you in the flesh, but who can watch over us better and with more care, and love, than our Heavenly Father? When you husband goes back to work, I would suggest you start each day in prayer, ask God to send people your way who may help you through this adjustment time..maybe one or two close, nonjudgemental people, who you would be able to call upon when you are feeling anxious..etc. I KNOW it is hard being alone, while I live with my mom, I still dont have any CLOSE friends( my mom is my closest..but you know what I mean), which have this anxiety disorder that I have. But who knows better what I am going through than Christ??? I try, when I am anxious to meditate on all the verses of scripture which deal with fear, anxiety, sadness, depression..etc. I am also thinking, do you have any hobbies you like to do? Any kind of craft you might be able to get into that could help occupy your time and get your mind on??? I like to make wreaths for various holidays, seasons..etc..so I try to get involved in one of those and get my mind on something otherthan myself. I am NOT a crafty person, but I just pick up wood shapes( like flowers for spring, eggs , crosses for Easter..etc.) and paint them and glue them together in a wreath form. It is very theraputic. You might want to try something like that. . I dont know if you and your hubby garden, but now is a good time to send away for and read through gardening magazines...I find those very relaxing and beautiful to look at!
God bless you and Take care!
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