I WAS TOLD A FEW MONTHS AGO BY A THERAPIST THAT SHE THOUGHT I WAS SUFFERING FROM PTSD FOLLING PHYSICAL AND MENTAL ABUSE. I HAVE REACHED MY BREAKING POINT RECENTLY AND I REALLY FEEL LIKE NO ONE REALLY UNDERSTANDS THE INNER CHAOS. I TRY TO EXPLAIN BUT THE WORDS JUST CAN EQUAL WHAT IS GOING ON INSIDE. MY ABUSE CAME FROM MY EX HUSBAND WHO IS BIPOLAR AND WE HAVE BEEN APART FOR TWO YEARS AND I HAVE RECENTLY REMARRIED BUT I HAVE SO MANY THINGS THAT TRIGGER THOUGHTS THAT IT IS HARD TO FUNCTION. I HAVE AN AMAZING HUSBAND AND HE IS ALWAYS LOVING AND SUPPORTIVE. I AM JUST LOOKING FOR WAYS TO HELP HIM UNDERSTAND ME MORE. TODAY HE FOUND ME IN MY CLOSET AND HE WAS A LITTLE UPSET ABOUT IT. I JUST DO BIZARRE THINGS TO TRY TO HELP WITH THE ANXIETY. I FEEL REALLY ALONE.
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