ok,this is the first time i have done this,but on the 10th of Jan.my husband was severely injured overseas,and now is back in the states. i stay with him day and night,to help him in any way possible.i ill be honest,i am running myself ragged,and i am stressed,but i still keep going. some days are harder thatn others,but i remain strong for him.if anyone has any advice on how i can keep myself calm when i am really stressed i would greatly appreciate it. there have been a handful of times where i have taken it out on him,but not too severely. if that makes any sense.I just dont know what to do when those days happen,and when we get home,how i am going to cope with doing it all on my own,without doctors and nurses. i do however have hope that i'll get through this,and i also hold onto hope and faith with his healing process. writing this is kinda helping me with those thoughts i hold within,because usually i go straight to the bottle and drink the thoughts away. i know right now i cant do that.am i an alcoholic??? NO.....because i dont let myself get to that particular level.however i do have my small binge periods,but i get over them. anyways,thank you to all who reads this,and replies with some helpful advice..
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