has anyone been plagued, obsessed even, with thoughts that -- although he says it's over and he has had no contact -- he still might be in communication with her or even seeing her. my imagination runs wild, and every time he disappears in the house (like to the garage or the laundry room or downstairs), I freak and think he must be calling her. I am sleepless and anxious much of the time. I am NOT a paranoid person, or at least I wasn't before this whole thing. I mentioned this to my therapist and he did not say I need medication, although I brought it up (and he's an MD, too, so knows meds). Do you think he would tell me if I need meds? Am I going crazy here...
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