Need assistance with correct remedy immediately!Hello,
I am hoping that a homeopathic/naturopathic doctor can help me with this...
I am processing some HUGE grief and betrayal right now and am having trouble with depression and anxiety--not eating, not bathing, not sleeping well, constant obsessive thoughts--I was left for another woman and told that I was never loved to begin with. I was very attached to this person and the relationship was emotionally abusive and I was put down and essentially ignored for two years. I am moving on logistically but am struggling emotionally and especially mentally with letting go. I have constant pictures in my head of the other scenario, especially just before triyng to sleep and when just waking up--though the thoughts/feelings come in waves all day long. There is a burning in my gut that I cannot seem to calm even with eating and a large lump in my throat and chest that causes me to sigh a lot. I was crying constantly for about three weeks but am now past that--I do cry every day still, though only for moments here and there. I do not feel like I can breathe deeply--like there is weight on my chest.
COnstitutionally I have been given Arum, Ignatia and Arsenicum at different times over the last ten years--I cannot say which has been effective as I do not remember but I worked with the same naturopath for 10 years and trust her judgement very much...it is just that i have moved to a new city and do not have access to her advice any more and need to try to stop this thought circle. I am hoping to find an acute and a constitutional for this...thank you for your help!
Desertdragonfly on 2006-01-06
sajjadakram635 last decade
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