I was recently in a accident. Both cars involved are totaled and I have neck, lower and upper back pain, nothing was broken. I am working with a therapist to deal with the pain and spasms. Though it has only been a month I feel like I should be dealing with this better. I am falling deeper in to depression, having anxiety problems, can't sleep, and mood swings. I am starting to exhibit symptoms of PTSD and plan on seeking therapy. But why? I have read some other posts and most of you have had horrible accidents comparatively. Why am I taking this so hard. I see the way my significant other looks and me and hear what my parents say and feel like they just wish I would grow some. I'm usually so positive and quick to get over adverse situations. Why can't I do it now?
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