I just went to visit my hubby. He is in Florida for training in a different aircraft. It is high pressure, fast paced, intence training. He is filled with anxiety and has all the symptoms of a mild panic attack. He hasn't really slept in the past few weeks, and is having a hard time thinking postitively. I have been talking to him 20 - 30 times a day trying to calm him and help him through this. I went to visit him for a few days and thought that he was on his way to a positive frame of mind and that he was over the hump, ready for the next step. Boy was I wrong! He didn't sleep at all last night, even with a sleep aide, relaxation tape etc! Today he doesn't hear any positive though I have given him, and is all worked up again! I am at a loss as to how to help him and am finding myself filled with anxiety and having a hard time myself. Any suggestions? How can I help him? What can I do?
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