I have only been in thearapy for PTSD for 6 months but have been on meds for 2 years.I misstakenly confided some triggers in a former friend in my neighborhood, they where friend with my next door neighbors who decided to attack me physically and mentally after I asked them to pay for something their child busted while trespassing on my property they hated me for having pics of him doing damage.(my former friend told them my triggers and what happend to me)now they laugh and think taunting me with my triggers is funny following me sometimes even in the car to the 7 11 The cops see me crying and in full out PTSD mode and won\'t do a thing even when they stated that they had to convine a 5 year old I was crazy because that was the only way a 5 year old would understand he had to stay out of my yard.I am new to controlling these triggers and this inhuman treatment isn\'t going to stop so I am in need of some good suggestions on starting to handle the panick attacks when I feel them coming on and that fear the hypervigalance.I can\'t even drive my car on my own or be outside I take the seraquel and the prozac and I go to my counceling sessions and I know it takes time but there is not much in the line of support groups and info here dose anyone have any suggestions or experiance that you can share to help me get a jump start on gettin this under control other than running in the house shaking curling up in a ball and crying ?
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