easy child told me the other day that she's been crying over nothing. She said she doesn't feel sad, but that she feels very sentimental and fragile. For instance, she told me that the slightest bit of sappiness in a commercial will have her reaching for the tissues. And if she thinks of anything that was meaningful (happy) or clearly 'wrong' from her past relationships, between us, between her and difficult child, old boyfriend's, anyone, she will tear up. She said she's just felt so weepy. I asked her if it was bothering her and she said not really, but that it's definitely noticeable and after the first couple of times she really started to wonder what's up with her. She said that while flipping through channels she came upon "A Knight's Tale" with Heath Ledger and starte bawling like mad! Now I get it, cutie gone forever, but...this seems extreme to me. Back in December when she was home for Christmas she had mentioned to me then that she'd been feeling like she was *possibly* depressed and filled with anxiety. I told her to let her Dr know at her next appointment (that week). She didn't - she doesn't like acknowledging that she may deal with depression or anxiety as to her it seems then she would be perceived as being like her sister (difficult child) - someone she truly has no empathy for at all anymore. I am a wee bit worried that my hard working, high achieving easy child may fall into a slump if she doesn't take care of this or at least see a DR about it, you know? I've made sure that she has as her supplements, vitamins, etc. I know she's eating well and healthy at least. She claims that she is taking her vitamins/supplements, albeit not daily. I think she could benefit from more exercise, but you know, I can't be there in NY MAKING her get on a treadmill or go swimming. I am going to ask her if she wants to see our regular DR about it next Monday - easy child has a 3 day weekend and could be home. I just don't think it should be ignored but I don't want to push too hard with her as that tends to make her retract. Any advice? Am I making too much of it?