Trayvon is a 28-year-old male who was recently discharged from the military as a result of some behavioral issues leading to early termination
It is perfectly normal for people to have ups and downs with their relationship, but this is something that can be managed better with some intervention. There is a pill called paroxetine that will help you, and I’d like to discuss all of your options.
Most medications don’t work, and they can actually worsen the problem. However, a few days of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, such as sertraline (Zoloft), fluvoxamine (Luvox), or paroxetine (Paxil) can help. Otherwise, try some simple changes in your routine and lifestyle – for example, eat healthy food, get regular exercise, and make sure to have enough sleep.
PMS and its symptoms shouldn’t go unaddressed. Being aware of the symptoms and when they are most likely to occur will help you understand why you feel so out of control. Treatments are available, but it is important not to wait until this behavior becomes severe before seeking help. Luckily, these episodes usually pass after a few days without treatment.
Trayvon is a 28-year-old male who was recently discharged from the military as a result of some behavioral issues leading to early termination. He was never in a combat situation, and his behavior and anger seem to predate his military enlistment. He is only in care because the military offers this as a transitional service, and Trayvon thinks it will help him be successful with future job applications. During a comprehensive evaluation of Trayvon, the PMHNP realizes that, among other things, he is experiencing postcoital dysphoria. Predictably this is causing some problems with his girlfriend, and he asks if there is anything he can take to help. The PMHNP advises that: