Ok, I've got PTSD. Who here doesn't (retorical question). Complex ptsd comes from multiple traumas that start at a very young age. I go through periods when I am doing well, and then there will be something that will trigger old behaviors that get me into trouble. I won't open my mail. I can't answer my phone. Sometimes I can't even use the phone myself let alone answer it. I am in the middle of a law suit (I'm the plaintiffe) and there are papers to fill out but I can't even look at them. It's like if I touch them, I will be burned. It's like they have the power of fire. It so affects my daily living that I become needy and obsessed with the things around me. Currently I am not working because I had ankle surgery. Work was not supportive, and I am very afraid to go back there. It doesn't make sence, but that is my reality.
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