I am nervous to cry in front of other people including my therapist because I can’t anticipate how he will react. Most of my life I was either beaten or teased for crying and during some of the worst of it I was told not to cry. My therapist asked me how I would want him to respond and I had no words. Maybe just a gentle reply that it was ok? Any positive therapy responses to crying? What is normal? How do they project safety and comfort? I don’t want a hug because they aren’t supposed to do that. Right now, going to read and calm down because I feel pretty screwed up.
Hi everyone.I just joined after desperately goggling for info and support.Im having excrutiating anxiety, panic and flashbacks.Im alone and could use support from those who understand the hell Im experiencing.I have pets and must ride this out by myself.I tried to talk to my pastor who just doesnt get it.Thank you . All i want to do is breathe
I identified my pmdd recently and it definitely helped knowing what it was called so I could search for help. I'm on Prozac now to level my emotions and it does seem to work but it seems like I need to up my dose or take Xanax with it during my worst times. The mood swings aren't as drastic but the anxiety and temper and insecurity are still there enough to want more help. Xanax makes me act and...