I got a call 4/11/19 it was E(my wife),she started of by saying first I am ok. I heard something in her vocie I knew something was wrong and then she starting crying. E works as Speech Language Pathologist at nursing home. Turns out one of her resdients attacked her. She said she could have gotten away but didn't want to hurt him,the resident was mentally handicap. She reports what happened and camera caught what happen. E went to her bosses and all they did was send her to Comp Center. She could'nt go til the next day. On 4/12/19 E told me the resident that attacked was following her I think that is what triggered her state of mind. The doctor at Comp Center diagnoised her with PTSD. E will go from can't stop crying,afraid to be alone,easly startled to pissed off at the world and I can't do anything right. I myself have become very emotional easy to anger,want to be alone so I can cry. It kills me this happened to E. I am hubsand I am suppose to protect her and make her feel safe. She asked what's wrong I can't tell afraid it will trigger the event again. It is just eating away at me I really need to go see someone at the building she works in. I would appericate any advice I could get.
I would like to wsh all my friends a Very Happy Easter / PassoverEnjoy the time with familyHugs, Jean
How do you feel like you got away from abuse when you still feel the physical, emotional & mental pain of it everyday - very much so the physical pain makes it feel like did I ever really get away, I mean he didn’t murder me like he wanted to because I finally escaped, but the physical pain makes me still feel like I’ll never get away from the abuse, like I’m still being beat & abused...