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My son (28) has anxiety and depression for almost two years now. He has been to two different therapists but so far I don't see much improvement. We are now moving on to therapist #3. He thinks that his problems stem from adrenal fatigue. My view is that his anxiety and stress have had a toll on his body and are the symptoms as a result of his anxiety. He constantly thinks and repeats the same topics over and over again always with a negative spin. He reads stuff on google and gets scared and personalized the information and believes he has the same issues as what he reads onilne. When I ask him to change his thoughts with positive words, or to stop googling and reading stuff online, he gets upset with me and doesn't want to listen. I am losing my own sanity not knowing what to do and how I can help. Any advice I'd appeciate. Thank you.
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