Q&A: What can I do to help with uncontrolled crying?
It sounds as if you have had some major life changes in the past few months and that the additional stress may be affecting you more strongly emotionally than you might have expected. However, without knowing you or knowing any real history about you or your family, I would never want to make any assumptions. Have you had a physical exam recently to rule out any of the physical ailments you mentioned? My best suggestion would be for you to make an appointment for a physical if you have not had one, and to follow up with a face to face therapy intake assessment to discuss the emotional concerns you are having. My best to you, Jane Bisco, LCSW-C
There are a lot of things going on in what you are describing. When someone is describing so much, it is good when the person seems to have good insight into parts of what is going on as it makes it easier to gain insight about other parts. It is also possible that some of the things described or things related to them (such as another mental disorder or an exacerbation of an existing disorder) could be involved even if you think they are not possible. The best course of action is to find someone you can see and talk to who can help along your path at this time. With help, it is possible to find peace and wholeness in your situation. If you are in the New York area, we would be able to walk with you through that journey at Seeking Shalom.