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This past week I was good, as good as I could be at least an


This past week I was good, as good as I could be at least and I went to take a shower and I just felt this wave of existentialism like why am I here after when the friends I knew died. I can't shake this urge to go back to the places where stuff happened even though they're at least a 14 hour drive away. I can't shake it I feel like I need to go the same way they did even though I know it's not my fault. I can't find the path from the hole in my head again

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May 14, 2019

@Round3 I try to and I try to, I just can't get over not being in peak condition anymore and it's driving me more I'm not the old me i used to be

May 14, 2019

Hi am new here i am in this group because of my wife she has ptsd and it wtecking our marriage can you tell me jow to deal with it

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May 15, 2019

@Ringer I don't know if this helps. At the very least know that you are not alone in feeling this way. I spent the first year or two post-diagnosis fluctuating between in denial and feeling ripped off, or maybe both at the same time. Then, once I accepted my diagnosis, I started thinking of it as an injury. Something entirely not my fault, something that happened TO me, and also something I can recover from. So, the next 2 years were my 'recovery years'. 2018 was a major 'new beginning year' marked by changing cities. Obviously, the timing is individual and to be honest, the perspective is quite retro. While in it, I didn't necessarily see it as I've described. Only after each phase, while reflecting on my healing journey thus far, did I see the phases.


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