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I have been on Zoloft for about three years now for anxiety. I have ADHD and have had it all my life. Recently I had to undergo an emergency appendectomy and stopped taking the Zoloft while I recovered. Although my anxiety cranked up a little, I've noticed a DECREASE in my hunger. I have been struggling with weight problems all my life, and I always feel hungry. When I stopped taking the Zoloft, I noticed that I was better able to control my appetite. Has anyone else ever had this problem, and if so, have you had any good experiences with different anti-anxiety medications?2 AnswersMental Health1 decade ago
There is a movie that I saw once, and at the end there is a music video with a man and a woman sitting on rooftops singing a song about burn or burning. The man is playing a guitar. I don't remember the movie, does anyone think this sounds familiar? I think it was one of the DC or Marvel movies.1 AnswerMovies1 decade ago
My roommate's son is a heroin addict, a wife and child abuser and a convicted criminal. He recently got out of jail for doing time for armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill. We called his PO when we found out that he was doing heroin (AGAIN), and they're going to test him when he goes in. I think he may know he's getting tested because magically, three weeks before his PO meeting (for some reason it's only once a month, I don't get it), he 'quits'. A day after his meeting he's wasted again. If he 'quits' now, and his meeting is 5 days away, will it still show up in his urine test?3 AnswersLaw Enforcement & Police1 decade ago
I desperately need advice. Due to personal reasons, I was forced to move into a friend's house in PA. Her son got out of jail and moved in, and we continually find the evidence of his and his wife's heroin use (aka burnt spoons, empty capsules, etc). How can we get him arrested without getting arrested ourselves? He's currently on probation in MD for the jail time (armed robbery) and supposedly has a letter from his PO saying he can be in PA. When we tell him to get out, he just breaks in anyway. We don't know what to do. Please help us!!9 AnswersLaw Enforcement & Police1 decade ago
I am asking for serious answers only, please. I have extremely painful nipples. Not my breasts themselves, but my areolas (is that the correct spelling?). This started last week and it's not the same as when I was pregnant last year. I did have a miscarriage around this time last year. Is it possible that my body is remembering this? I am not pregnant. I don't know what it is.1 AnswerWomen's Health1 decade ago
My cousin is doing a bike ride for diabetes here soon, and she is asking for donations (it's pretty much like the Avon walk for cancer, except you're on a bike for diabetes). I am a medical student, and I personally do not believe in a cure for diabetes. I do not think that it can be cured, only managed. There are plenty of diseases out there that are treatable and managable, and some of them are curable. I don't think that diabetes is one of them.
Because of this, I do not see the point in pouring money into a fruitless campaign when we really should be using that money to come up with better treatments.
However, I do support my cousin in *her* beliefs and her dedication to them.
I'm not looking for a debate over whether diabetes is curable or not, I just want opinions. Would you donate money to a cause you didn't believe in if it was for someone that you support?6 AnswersDiabetes1 decade ago
My best friend Jill is leaving and will be getting a divorce from her husband, Jim. He wants to file for divorce before *she* does because he doesn't want to admit that his wife filed first or that she's leaving him before he leaves her (she has purchased a house, she goes to settlement this month).
He claims that he's going to put as his reason for wanting a divorce is that she and I are having an affair. (I am a female.)
Frankly, the reason that she spends so much time with me is because she doesn't want to spend time with him, as he is an alcoholic and never pays attention to her (there are other reasons that I won't get into). That doesn't mean that we're sleeping together.
He has no proof that we are having an affair (there's no proof because we aren't having an affair, I love my husband and won't cheat on him with anyone, not even a woman).
Here's my question: will I have to go to court and defend my sexual orientation?11 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
My friend was talking about going to confession and she said she was going to tell the priest her one confession and ask him not to give her the stations of the cross because she felt bad enough already. What does that mean?
I'm not Catholic (thank God), but I was curious.10 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
My friend is getting a divorce. She is moving to MD, and she knows that she has to wait 6 months before filing for divorce due to residency requirements (as opposed to waiting 2 years in PA). My question is this: can she file for custody in MD, or does she have to wait six months for that, too?7 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
My friend is seekng a divorce from her husband of ... well, less than a year (around 6-8 months, I believe. He claims that he's going to 'fight' it. How does one fight a divorce? They have no children together, no houses or anything, no joint assets--she has already moved out and into her own apartment, he moved out of their former apartment together and into another place.
How would one fight a divorce to begin with?10 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
A company that I formerly worked for sent me out my W-2 for last year, and when I went and got my taxes done, apparently it said that no state taxes were taken out, for MD or PA (where I live). I knew that was wrong, but I couldn't prove it so I just got my taxes done. (I left his company in a bad way because they are unethical.) I just found my last pay stub from last year that covered the time up until I left. It not only said that $700 in MD taxes were taken out for the year, it said I made $4,000 LESS than what was reported on my W-2. Now I have to go back to the tax place with this pay stub and show that taxes were really taken out and my income was wrong and refile or whatever it is I have to do. Will I get in trouble for tax fraud?2 AnswersUnited States1 decade ago
Most of the sites I've found are asking for money, and I don't want to spend money that I don't have on a scam. Does anyone have a link to a page where I can look up scholarships?
I am 26 years old, planning on going back to school for a B.S. in Paralegal Studies, so I do not qualify for just-out-of-high-school scholarships for people 17 and 18 years old.5 AnswersFinancial Aid1 decade ago