my daughter was burned at 2 months of age. I was the first and only person to see her in the fire. I got her out of the fire. That was over a year ago and as time goes on, as she gets better, I get worse. I go thru the steps, I do what I have to do to make sure she recovers, all at the same time I am slipping further and further from myself. I dream that people are trying to kill her. I smell smoke and freak out. I feel the heat and its all just in my mind. Has anyone else dealt with this kind of post traumatic stress? any suggestions? any advice?
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