Because he says that I am crazy and that if I don't get help( more therapy) he wants a divorce. I just finished 9 months at Columbia Presbyterian in a program for PTSD that was very sucessful and my therapists all told me that i had made so much progress...But I still suffer from something that I will describe as "episodes of fear" and major trust issues. I don't blame him for being angry, frustrated and fed up with me. I have episodes of fear that come when I least expect it and i feel very threatened by things that I know are not real- I especially worry that I am not good enough -and later when I am feeling rational- I know that I am good enough- but when it comes on- triggered by so many random things- it feels so real to me and I havn't been able to control my impulses. My impulses cause me to say things that I later regret- I am scared that he will leave me and he has been extremely supportive- I think he has hit his limit...Does this make any sense to anyone? Sometimes I feel like maybe I am crazy-
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