Seeing his face, the look of disappointment, when I am unable to remember something, is painful.I also feel really disabled and different when I realize my memory is damaged and I become afraid and sad.The triggers are magnified or exaggerated in my mind to become the entire potential experience and then of course I avoid the activity.
The worst things are not being able to see who he is for real and feeling so terrified of him for no reason.
I left out a large number of things, but it shows some of the main ones. But what happens when you have PTSD and go to therapy? Even if the suicidal behavior is more passive, for example, if the person does not take care of their health, engages in risk taking behavior or has a cavalier attitude about living and dying, this still takes a toll on their partner.
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I think I even turn good things we’ve experienced together into bad things without realizing it.
I also don’t remember simple things like taking care of something I said I would do.