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emotional wreck

Posted by hdladyblu_2007 (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 14, 07 at 18:25

when i stop and think about it i'm an emotional wreck;can't take too long thinking about it,it just gets worse.besides,i need to go shave chin;have to take hubby to shrink tomorrow for depression.we have long drive to get there with the sun shining on my strawberry-blonde chin.LOL

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RE: emotional wreck

hdlady, I've been an emotional wreck for about 10 years now, off an on. It's finally evened out to a low grade mild state, and I can deal with it in a somewhat effective manner. Don't give up yet.
Mrs H

RE: emotional wreck

lol...I was born a train wreck- but now, not only does misery love company?

Train Wrecks love it as well !

RE: emotional wreck

My group is hosting tomorrow a free, unbranded (no advertising, no sales) online chat with a medical expert on this topic of perimenopause and mood disorders. This shoud be of interest to any women concerned about depression as they enter or go through menopause. Here is the information...

On Tuesday, January 29, 2008, at 2:00 p.m. ET, Peter Schmidt, M.D., a clinician and an investigator at the National Institute of Mental Health, will answer questions about mood disorders in the perimenopause period, a time of significant changes in womens lives that can impact mental health, as part of a Society for Womens Health Research online moderated discussion. Sherry Marts, Ph.D., vice president of scientific affairs for the Society, will participate in the discussion to answer questions about the Society's work in this important area.

Visit this Web site to submit a question/comment beforehand or to find out more about this online discussion:

Here is a link that might be useful: SWHR Online Moderated Discussion:

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