Dr. Deoshlok Sharma: divorce and serious depressionMy best friend is going through a rough divorce... I see she desperately needs not only mental, but also homoeopathic support to help her find her stable and confident self. She needs to trust the future.
She's been in unhappy marriage for some years now. They have 2 little kids and although the split is seen as a better solution for both of the parents she's suffering from fear and guilt. Soon to be ex husband will not support her financially, he's been kind of bullying her (blaming my friend for their failed marriage, turning their kids a bit against her) and at the same time he still expects she's gonna beg him to stay and be better to him. She's feeling mentally & physically drained. Loves her kids to bits and fears for their future... she's afraid to loose their respect and love, as it's her who initiated divorce and husband emphasises it. She's afraid how she's gonna cope with being a single parent, if they gonna manage to live from her salary...
She's having problems with sleeping. Goes to sleep, but wakes up at 2am and can not go back to sleep. Thoughts & worries are keeping her awake.
She cries a lot and very easily.
She's feeling better in the mornings, loves sour food and says she's loosing a lot of hair lately.
Libido, not for her husband, is still there.
She likes and needs comforting, mainly from close people she can trust, likes company, but also wants to be on her own.
She often says she doesn't want anything. Is tiered and drained.
She has been diagnosed with hypothyroidism.
I, and my friend, we would really appreciate your help!
miaki on 2010-11-15
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