I recently had a severe panic attack. So severe that I couldn't get it under control myself and needed to go to the ER. I feel guilty when this happens and feel so foolish which only escalates the feelings. My husband was horrible through the whole thing. He started bringing up things about how mean I was to him (we have been discussing moving as neither of us can find employment but he doesn't think that's the answer so my 'input' is an attack. Meanwhile, there were 2 visits in 2 hours. I had had a very bad headache that was causing me anxiety (not headache prone) so on top of some anxiety they shot me full of a pain med without treating the panic. I got home and was a gibbering wreck, all drugged out, couldn't breathe. My husband was saying what bs this was and that we were going back to the f'ing hospital and that I was sabotaging things etc etc Then he asks me how he can handle this better in the future. The truth is, whenever I've gone into panic he starts saying 'This is just going to end up in the hospital so we should go' and 'Why can't you recognize what this is?'. It was a horrible night. I have told him how horrible it was and he said well what do you want me to do when this happens? I don't even know what to say. Anyone have a perspective on this? Thank you!
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