It looks like your post was written a long time ago. I hope that by now you are better. It looks like you were doing lots of good things to handle and manage stress. Caring for a child can be stressful and caring for one with special needs even more so. Perhaps you might want to look at the nutrition aspect. Some raw milk might help with the stress as well as B-vitamins and foods that contain calcium magnesium or a magnesium supplement. Sometimes good old fashioned butter spread on a small piece of bread does wonders. My favorite butter right now is Kerrygold. Rich yellow color means more nutrients. A swig of nettle infusion in my raw milk always seems to help me when I feel like I can no longer withstand the stress. And some veggie soup helps to ease my stress as well -- 2 cups of chicken stock, 1 cup of water, a handful of green beans, 1 chopped zuccinni and a cup of celery. Boil, add 3 tbsps of tomato sauce, 1 tbsp. honey and 1/2 tsp of paprika and salt to taste. Let simmer for about 45 minutes. It really does wonders to help the adrenal glands that take a toll with the stress we are under. Hope you are feeling better by now, and if not, these suggestions might help. Best of luck to you.
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