Hello I am new here and I have been an amputee for almost four years now. I had my righ hand amputated becasue me ex shot me with a shot gun. Since then i have been diagnosed with PTSD but after the accident I felt somewhat hopeful and confident that I could make it. I thought I was doing pretty good up until now. I have been feeling terrible and concerned about my body image. i relocated about six months ago with my two year old son with hopes that his father and i could work things out. I have been have bad feelings as though no one will accept me and that I will never be lvoed. I know my son loves me but thats different. I crave physical intimacy and not only that but I want to be married. I jsut feel like whenever I go out in public that people will not want to engage in converstation or be bothered with me because of my disability. My sons father helps out but he doesnt understand me totally. I have found it hard to talk to people but have no just started talkingg abbout how I have always felt. i jsut want to be accepted bby other people and hopefully meet someone who will love m e for me. Is there anyone who can help with what I am going throguh?
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