I have been dealing with anxiety for about six months that seemed to come from out of nowhere. I have been meeting with a psychologist since it started. I have good days - I even had about a month of feeling great and hoped that it was fading out. No such luck! After a medical issue (everything is fine) I felt like I was right back where I started. It's not so frightening anymore. I have a better understanding of what is going on and I am good at pushing through. I have tried meditation, yoga, etc. and sometimes it helps, but sometimes those things don't help. My psychologist is suggesting that it may be time to try meds and I am leaning toward going that route. Like I said, I am managing, but it is hard. I'm so tired of the up and down ride. I actually I am going into a depression along with the anxiety. Here's the real problem, my husband is totally against meds for some reason. Every time I think that it is time, he will talk about how many "good" days I have had. I try to explain to him that the "bad" days are taking too much out of me and if there is something that can help me not have or even have less "bad" days, why shouldn't I try? I know it is my decision, but I can't seem to let his opinion not color my decision, along with the fact that I am very scared about the whole med thing to begin with! I wish he would support me in this - I know he will accept my decision, but it would be easier if he was cheering me on. Thanks for listening!