I was almost murdered as a young teenager. It was a premeditated attack by a stalker. I have physical and pyscological wounds even now over 40 years later. My PTSD is chronic and severe and effecting me in the workplace. The smallest conflict can cause intense paranoia, mistrust, anxiety and feelings of horror and dread. Usually my first reaction is an appropriate and healthy one, but then I will go into anxiety mode after the fact and have racing thoughts, anxiety, insomnia and the inability to let the problem go. It will assume huge proportions in my mine. Need some help managing this as some conflicts are very hard to avoid in real life.
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