I really need to talk to my husband because he adds to my panic...unknowingly I would assume. I just wish he would understand that when he grabs his head because of a headache, shows me hair on his hand because he thinks his hair is falling out, or says his stomach hurts, he is sending me into panic mode. I already worry a lot without his constant "problems". I realize I am his wife and I need to be there for him, but I am very fragile right now (especially since I am on medication and really coming throught the other side of this panic crap). I just need some advice on how to approach him about this because my fear is he will shut down completely. So if you've had experience with this or, as a man, can relate, please help me out. Thanks.
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