Just wanted to say hello, and give an overview as to why I am here. I myself wasn't in the accident, but my fiance was. His Father was killed in the crash, and he was hospitalized for a couple weeks with a head injury. It's been almost 7 months, and it seems like improvement has stopped and he is in fact moving backwards. He has had almost no treatment since being released from the hospital, for lack of insurance and recources. I'm not really worried about the physical stuff, it's his emotional state that troubles me. He goes from hot to cold in a matter of seconds. He can be on top of the world, and then be talking about ending it all. I want to help him, I want to be there for him, but all of this is really beating me down. It's extrememly hard to discuss things like this with him because of his injury. He is obstinate, and easily offended, even if that is clearly not the intent. I emphisize not minimizing his feelings when I try to talk to him, but it doesn't help. He just gets mad. He needs meds, and he needs therapy. And I need a break, and my fiance back.
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