Our expert says:
Experts with a lot of experience in helping people deal with grief differ as to the use of drugs like Bromazepam - there are a considerable number who believe it is ultimately unhelpful and may "freeze" the grief withou enabling one to work through it usefully. Seeing a counselor experienced in grief may be much more useful.
Bromazepam seems to be wrongly promoted as useful in conditions where there is no good evidence of its usefulness.
Time does heal, but not so quickly, as this is still a very recent loss. The reactions you describe, as I know from manyyears of working with people in grief, as well as from my own grief, are well within the normal range - though that doesn't make them any the less unpleasant. Do consider finding a suitable counsellor - perhaps someone attached to your local hospice program would be suitably experienced
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