Our expert says:
Grief is really hard work, I know, and however much you did, you can always feel guilty. Sounds like the doc may have prescribed something like Trypiazol or Tryptanol, an antidepressant, which is sedative and would have helped your sleep without the risk of becoming dependent on it, as one can with some sleeping meds. But antidepressants generally don't help grief itself. Counselling can help., if you can find a counsellor with some experience of this sort of situation. alomil is a generic form of Cipramil, a different type of antidepressant.
You are very very normal indeed --- its the normality that makes one hurt so much on losing someone you love. A good shrink to talk to is likely to be helpful, and expect that while this will help things to improve, it takes 6 to 9 months to work through a significant bereavement
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