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Ptsd nightmares

by thedevilisclose

I’ve been dealing with ptsd (x2) and cptsd for 5-6 years. And that was my first ptsd nightmare. I want to throw up. I feel disoriented. My husband’s been asking and I don’t want to tell him. I don’t want him to feel bad. (no it’s not directly his fault). And now I have to make breakfast. Well I don’t have to. Hubby would understand even with limited information. Just… Disorders, I have to (or maybe it’s just the way I am). I’m the wife I have to take care of him. (and no it’s not an abuse ‘have’ to)

 

Work around…. Just don’t tell him the worse part

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Abnormal.Thoughts 4/5/2021 - 9:07 am

I’m sorry you’re experiencing that. **hugs**

system 4/5/2021 - 5:05 pm

my god I can relate to having both ptsd from multiple occasions and then c-ptsd on top of it… it’s so hard to explain to people. “gUUhhh yOu cAnT hAvE bOth!!!!111”

thedevilisclose 4/5/2021 - 6:16 pm

tell that to my problems that act just like it but separately. HA! lol.

yeah, ive got ptsd from an incident back in school. i have ptsd from a more recent incident (which was the one that involved the nightmare). then i have cptsd from the abuse i got from my parents.

a1957 4/6/2021 - 8:56 pm

Sorry to hear this. Cptsd. Oh man. You too. That’s what my therapist called it from my mothers abuse of me. Cptsd is treatable but it sure took me about 7 years of weekly treatment to really start feeling like I was getting my life back. Wow it literally wires your brain so much to cope with it that a regular life is hard to live. It can be unwired over a good bit of time with regular visits, that is what I have found. Sorry this happenedto you, oh but that’s not all, you got the two incidents from 5-6 years ago too. Wow, awful.

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