Q & A Session with Your’s Truly


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Hello readers!  I have been busy with writing on my thesis today, so the ideas for blogging aren’t really there.  Nothing extraordinary has hit me.  Therefore, I have decided to do a Question and Answer session with all of you.  This is for you.  To give advice, support, or just to get to know me a little bit better.  Comment on this with any question you have for me regarding grief, depression, anxiety, and life in general.  The questions can be anything about coping, living, my likes, etc.  Get creative, but please leave your questions appropriate.  So, here goes….ask away!

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    1. For some time, I was on Lexapro for anxiety. After my father passed away, that no longer worked as well and I was placed on Venlafaxine for depression and anxiety, and Lorazepam for insomnia.

      I grew up on a small farm in North Dakota.

      I did not dress up for Halloween. I actually experienced some MAJOR PTSD this Halloween about the deaths of my parents, so I just stayed inside and watched non-Halloween movies.

      1. North Dakota gets VERY cold. That is the one thing I hate about living here. I am planning on moving on down south to start my “new” life, as I no longer have reasons to stay here in ND. Where are you from? Did you dress up this year?

      2. I am born and raised in Illinois, along the Mississippi River. My wife and I have toyed the idea of moving south, and it gets a little more serious each time we talk about it. We would like to end up in South Carolina or Texas. We kind of think of it as a new life for us as well. One where we can forget about our messy past, get away from some family that causes some of our messiness. A way to have a definitive mark in our lives that says we are starting new again.

        No I did not dress up myself. I am silly enough and fun enough, but I think I don’t because I don’t want to be judged by my wife. Sounds pretty silly, but I sometimes think my silly-ness annoys her, so I try to keep it at a minimum.

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