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When Fiancee fights seems like totally different person, remembers things he "forgot", then suddenly snaps back to old self, forgets fight &everything?

Mental Health: I am not sure what strangers on the internet can offer you other than a reminder that your fiancé needs mental health care. It may be wise to make sure this has occurred and that treatment has been instituted for their problem prior to any wedding or marriage. ...Read more

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Feeling so depressed, flat , confused, don't want to be around anymore, doctors give tablets but that dosent bring back my loved one from a murder ?

Feeling so depressed, flat , confused, don't want to be around anymore, doctors give tablets but that dosent bring back my loved one from a murder ?

Depression ; Grief: I'm very sorry for your loss, and you're right about the tablets. Grief is a natural process of coming to terms with a loss, and learning fulfilling ways to live without your loved one. Depression is deeper, and more paralyzing. It may require medications to help. Both can benefit from personal psychotherapy and social support. Please consider working individually with a counselor. ...Read more

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Ptsd? Ex committed suicide I have nightmares each night, randomly break down, avoid situations that remind me of him? Always on my mind, always upset?

Ptsd? Ex committed suicide I have nightmares each night, randomly break down, avoid situations that remind me of him? Always on my mind, always upset?

Very possible: Ptsd manifests more clearly as producing nightmares, flashbacks or memories of the event which caused terror or horror. Also numbing or detachment and avoidance of situations or reminders of the event. It can produce anxiety, fear, insomnia, agitation. Some people are more resistant while others, particularly those with prior trauma, are more at risk. Prazosin is an excellent drug for nightmares. ...Read more

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I take Effexor (venlafaxine) and klonopin is it normal to just fall asleep? I will come home from work sit down, watch tv and not even know I fell asleep

I take Effexor (venlafaxine) and klonopin is it normal to just fall asleep? I will come home from work sit down, watch tv and not even know I fell asleep

Sleep study: Drowsiness and sleepiness is a common side effect of many medications and can be additive when multiple agents are being taken. I would suggest having your PCP help you get a sleep study and EEG to determine if poor sleep quality is an undiagnosed contributing factor. Do you also have hypertension, gerd, snoring, high BMI... ...Read more

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Twins seem to be fighting in the womb? Outrageous kicking from both of them. Lol, how can i stop this? Will saying stop work?

Twins seem to be fighting in the womb? Outrageous kicking from both of them. Lol, how can i stop this? Will saying stop work?

Congratulations: On your lively babies. I don't know of any safe way to get them to settle down. Telling them to stop won't work now or after they're born. :) ...Read more

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Retired healthy at 62, first 6 months were great/caught up on house, now bored bored bored. Could use more money. Suggestions?

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Retired healthy at 62, first 6 months were great/caught up on house, now bored bored bored. Could use more money. Suggestions?

Back to work: Lots of people go back to work after "retirement", pick something you like, maybe part time? There are many reasons to work, not always because you need the money. Staying active and productive is beneficial to mental and physical health. ...Read more

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I never thought some of my less techy classmates from high school would be on facebook. Do people get bored when they retire?

I never thought some of my less techy classmates from high school would be on facebook. Do people get bored when they retire?

My aren't we a: Bit judgmental here! many grow after hs, and boomers tend to adapt to computers or eschew them. Some use retirement for truly praiseworthy pursuits, others do boring things like enjoy their grandchildren, volunteer at hospitals or churches or give back for beng given so much. Others judge, either imperiously or enviously. Judge not lest yea be judged. ...Read more

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I don’t cry after a loved one's / relative’s death? But my tears comes out naturally when i ‘m watching a sad scene in cinema / tv. What to do?

I don’t cry after a loved one's / relative’s death? But my tears comes out naturally when i ‘m watching a sad scene in cinema / tv. What to do?

The time : We realize a loved one is "gone" is often delayed. When loss hits us directly, we may be in shock hindering the release of our tears. Tv & movies makes us cry because we "feel" for the characters, we identify with their pain if the plot & acting r good enough 2 make us believe their drama. 4 u: it is ok to react the way u do. Tears will come 2 u eventually & naturally later.Sincere condolences. ...Read more

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How can I fall back in love with someone i loved before?

How can I fall back in love with someone i loved before?

Process your anger: Sort through the feelings which lead to your change of heart in the past. If you can express the feelings perhaps you will be able to let go of the negative and get back in touch with the loving feelings. Good luck. ...Read more

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Do I have stress fractures again? Ran x-country and track at the d-i level in college and got tibial stress fractures in both legs at the same time (spring 2005). Don't know if i ever totally recovered while in college, trying to stay in shape/running for

Do I have stress fractures again? Ran x-country and track at the d-i level in college and got tibial stress fractures in both legs at the same time (spring 2005). Don't know if i ever totally recovered while in college, trying to stay in shape/running for

If : If you have recurrent or persistent pain at the site of a previous stress fracture, you definitely have to worry that you either have a stress fracture that never completely healed or a recurrent stress fracture. It sounds like you are well aware of risk factors for stress fractures (ie, diet, weight loss, shoes, biomechanical factors). However, in order to know what sort of treatment or intervention is warranted now, you need to know exactly what's going on in the bone. My recommendation would be to see a specialist. If you have physical findings that suggest a stress fracture (like point bony tenderness), i would look at getting a thin section ct scan. This can differentiate an acute stress fracture from a non-union or fibrous union of a chronic stress fracture. The findings will tell you if this is likely to heal with rest or, if something more involved may need to be done such as a bone stimulator or even surgical treatment (like bone grafting or inserting a steel rod in the tibia). The findings will tell you if there are other host factors that may be operative (like nutritional or hormonal factors) or if there is some biomechanical, training, and/or equipment issue that needs further investigation. Good luck! ...Read more

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Journals turbulent emotions Fall 2013-April 2014. Anhedonic.Dysthmic? Symptoms seem mild, so loses courage to tell someone when I feel better. Advice?

Journals turbulent emotions Fall 2013-April 2014. Anhedonic.Dysthmic? Symptoms seem mild, so loses courage to tell someone when I feel better. Advice?

Seek counsel: At 17, turbulent emotions could be a sign of anything from normal adolescence to a mental health concern. Thus, it would be wise to seek help from someone trained to recognize the difference. Best wishes to you. ...Read more

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I 'am adult i dont raising hand in class ,samething stopping me,afraid,nerves shy i don't fell reese voice in class, i don't know how to fix?

I 'am adult i dont raising hand in class ,samething stopping me,afraid,nerves shy i don't fell reese voice in class, i don't know how to fix?

Anxiety: Does your fear of speaking up in class extend to other areas of your life as well? Consider seeing a mental health professional to get some assertiveness training. Some of us are more careful than others when we speak but we all need to speak up when necessary. Peace and good health mon ami. ...Read more

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How my bf fall in love?

Love sick?: Your question is more for a Lovelorn Advice column - I can briefly suggest being as healthy and happy as you can really be is always an attractive thing to potential close friends who might become more if there's also other sparks between you. Falling is only the first step too. You'll want to be kind to each other to stay happy. ...Read more