I was diagnosed with PTSD a few days ago, which is related to my childhood abuse. I have been crying constantly since my first day of therapy. When will this crying stop? How has your spouse or partner dealt with this? My husband has been supportive until I started therapy. He doesn't want me to dwell on it and talk about it all the time and I am having a hard time trying to keep my mind off of it. I don't know if I should try to keep myself from crying all the time or try to let it all out. I feel like I have to hide my crying from my husband so he won't think I am losing my mind. Any thoughts on this? I also have an 8 year old son and I don't want him to see me cry either.
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