When Grief and Anxiety Coexist

When they mingle, they can feed off each other.

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The death of my boyfriend from brain cancer a year ago has led to changes in many areas of my life. I would not characterize any of the changes as good. Some are obviously bad. Some are basically neutral in the sense that it is different but no better or worse than before.

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Writer. Single mother to transgender son. Still grieving the death of my partner. Lifelong fighter of depression and anxiety. M.A. in Human Behavior.

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Heather Ashman

Heather Ashman

Writer. Single mother to transgender son. Still grieving the death of my partner. Lifelong fighter of depression and anxiety. M.A. in Human Behavior.

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