I Lost my father back in July and ever since then i havent gotten over it. I was with him in the hospital and nursing facilities almost every day for 5 months. Watched him have a borderline massive stroke and all he went through and was there on the last day when he passed away holding his hand. I have constant nightmares, cant sleep, im lucky if i sleep 3-4 hours a night. Im getting more and more edgy and loosing my temper more. I feel like i'm loosing it. I literally broke down about 5 times in anger and went crazy. I cry alot at times too. I cant get the memories out of my head. It's so crystal clear like if it was all just yesterday. Im too stubborn to see a doctor , but i need to see someone because its not getting better. I dont know what i have but i need helpView Thread
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