when i talk about things that happened to me when i was young to my therapist i get VERY anxious, feel like i cant breathe and kinda feel like i'm "not there". is this part of PTSD? i dont really understand it all yet, i didnt even know i had it until i started seeing a therapist, it makes sense that i do i just dont know if its anxiety i'm feeling when i talk about it or maybe both?
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