How do you stop yourself from overburdening your loved ones? My husband and daughter are well aware of my PTSD/seizures/depression...etc...and are extremely supportive....but sometimes i hurt so much and i don't want to cause them any more pain....aside from finding this forum and talking with my therapist...what other ways are there to help yourself when your loved ones are tapped out?
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