We moved from London about 4 years ago, and all of my dad's family live here. My mum misses her friends, work and family (she was closer to her family in London). She has only made one good friend here, but sadly she passed away last year. She's quite a shy person, and doesn't go out to socialise. She only goes out with myself (which is not as often, now my anxiety has got worse but we go to the gym) and my dad. We've had so much stress since moving here, we was very close to being homeless and went from living in a house (which my mum loved) to moving to a flat again, lost 2 of our cats, money and health troubles. She's a big worrier too. My dad has mentioned that he's worried about her, and they have been having more arguments as of late. I suggested talking to the doctor, but we both know she can be very stubborn. And there is no way that she would take anti depressants. I think she would benefit from counselling, as she will be able to talk about things with someone different. She's not a very open person. My dad has asked me to talk to her about it, but I don't know what to say. Can I have some advice please.
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