She has had a successful, well-paying career for the past several years in upper-level management.
Even though she has worked for the same, thriving company for over 6 years, she’s found herself worrying constantly about losing her job and being unable to provide for her children.
She’s shown little interest in sex and has had difficulties falling asleep at night.
Her insomnia has been keeping him awake as she tosses and turns for an hour or two after they go to bed.
This worry has been troubling her for the past 8 months.
Despite her best efforts, she hasn’t been able to shake the negative thoughts.
The few times he attempted to return to work were unbearable for him. Normally an outgoing, fun-loving guy, Josh has become increasingly withdrawn, “jumpy”, and irritable since his fiancé’s death.
He’s stopped working out, playing his guitar, or playing basketball with his friends – all activities he once really enjoyed.
Lately, she has struggled with significant feelings of worthlessness and shame due to her inability to perform as well as she always has in the past.
For the past few weeks Jessica has felt unusually fatigued and found it increasingly difficult to concentrate at work.