AnonymousNovember 12, 1996 at 9:09 pmPost count: 93172
I had to get some medication from the doctor when I was having problems with the insomnia, Joan. There is one brand of sleeping medication that I wouldn’t take tho, as it seems to worsen the depression and can have some other nasty effects.
Its the same stuff George Bush was using when he barfed all over on Japanese TV. If you want the name, email me.
BruceAnonymousNovember 13, 1996 at 1:32 amPost count: 93172
Has anybody got any advice for insomnia. My thyroid counts were just
taken and are normal (for me). I’ve been up since 2 Am and can’t keep
working if I can’t get some sleep. Any suggestions???AnonymousJuly 7, 1998 at 12:07 amPost count: 93172
You are NEVER too old to feel that way. My Mom passed away 20 years ago and I still miss her every single day. I’m here if you need me.
ValAnonymousJuly 7, 1998 at 12:44 amPost count: 93172
My heart goes out to you. I cannot imagine your suffering. God bless you dear and may you find the strength to go on.
WandaAnonymousJuly 7, 1998 at 8:48 amPost count: 93172
I understand how you feel. My Mom died over nine years ago, and on Sunday was the second anniversary of my Dad’s death. All I can say is know she’s not suffering anymore and let the memories of good times with her sustain you.
EmilyAnonymousJuly 7, 1998 at 10:22 amPost count: 93172
Missing your Mom, whether she’s dead or alive, is a very common thing, especially when you are sick or down. Fortunately, my mom is still around (unless she’s in Atlantic City spending my inheritance!). I lost my father about eight years ago and still find times when I miss him terribly. There is one thought that always comforts me when I think of my father: He always lives as long as I live because I am half him. If I listen, I know exactly what he would tell me in any given situation and if I close my eyes, I can still wrap myself in one of his hugs. Your Mom might physically be away, but inside you she will always be alive.
AprilAnonymousApril 27, 1999 at 12:55 amPost count: 93172
At my work, we have a choice between an hmo – which we pay nothing for – or a Blue Cross – Operating Engineers ins. I pay for the BX ins – which is worth every penny of it. I had had an hmo years ago – and I couldn’t do anything without getting a referral or authorization for it. With my present ins – I can make an appointment with who I want to – and it usually pays every penny. I have heard that hmo’s are going out – that the paperwork is too much – and it’s going to be an e…..something – elective – where you don’t have to have the Primary Care Physician authorize everything. Hopefully this will be everywhere.
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