Hello everyone and thanks to all who read this. I am just really having alot of difficulty tonight. I am a paramedic and am currently on duty, we have had nothing but terrible calls tonight, and I cant seem to move on, I have been doing this for 15 years, and nothing usually bothers me anymore. I have had alot of stress lately in my life. Tonight everything is just catching up to me. I have a wonderful fiance who treats me great, tonight she called and asked if she could go out to the bar with a few friends for awhile. I kind of snapped at her and now I feel bad. I just worry that she may find someone else, someone thats better than me and that worries me, I trust and love her, and know she loves me to, but you know how bar scenes are. I am just looking for some advice on how not let her being out bother me, I want to call her and tell her to go home, but i know thats not fair, and she should be able to go out and have fun, i dont know whats wrong with me. I cant sleep and im just worried to death. I need to keep busy, but the only thing I can do is run horrible calls, and I think that only makes it worse. Any advice would be great. Thanks alot guys..
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