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Old 11-26-2012, 07:40 AM
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Sometimes its better,to cry then,to hold it in. It must be really hard on u....it really is different view for people whose never been thru this at all. I'm so sorry havin a lovin family and supportive hubby is a great start though please remember that
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Old 11-26-2012, 07:43 AM
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I think seeing a professional could help you learn new coping skills and help you deal. This is nothing wrong with admitting you need help. I was exactly where you are today. I still have my bad days, but I've learned how to pull myself up on those bad days so they don't become bad weeks/months/years. I don't know if you are a student, but many colleges have free programs. Also, insurance usually covers mental health. I am not a huge advocate of doctors, but speaking from personal experience, when nothing else worked and it felt hopeless, I was given a second chance to be happy. I wish the same for you.

Remember that your husband has good intentions, he just doesn't understand. It's probably just as upsetting and frustrating for him to watch you go through this and not be able to help.

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Old 11-26-2012, 08:56 AM
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npo not a student a nurse. I know there is a problem. I just dont want to get cought out there. thanks for your words guys, its comforting to know that i am not alone.
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Old 11-26-2012, 10:26 AM
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My other half deals with anxiety. He did cognitive Behavioural Therapy and found it to be very useful. It works on taking your thought patterns and behaviours, recognising the destructive ones and trying to put new ones in place. He went to local counsellors he was referred to by our doctor but I hear there are courses online you can do by yourself. Know that you are certainly not alone in this.
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