PTSD, TBI, Sex and Relationships

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PTSD, TBI, Sex and Relationships

You came back differently. Changed. You can’t really describe it, but you’re not yourself. Not who you used to be. You’re angry. Blow up at stupid shit. Lack of other emotions. Feel numb. Tired. Disinterested in stuff that used to be interesting. Tense. Sleepless. Have nightmares that scare the hell out of you. Forget shit. Can’t focus. You miss your buddies. Miss the war. Miss the ones you lost. Miss feeling like you used to feel. Before.

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  1. Avatar photo MissUnderstood says:

    I hate to have to admit it, but sex is what caused my husband and I to split. We have been married for 15 years and we have been separated for 4 months now. I so wish we could get things worked out and get back together, but our sexual differences just seem to be far apart for us to make this work.

  2. Hallie Lockhart says:

    After your previous post about Fibro, sex and Physical Intimacy, I decided that I would be the aggressor and I asked my husband out on a date. We went for dinner at a nice little place in town and then to the movies, he held me in his arms for most of the movie and it was so comforting, I really felt loved. Back at the house, he suggested we shower together, which we haven’t done in years. Then we climbed in bed and made out and well…. Let’s just say it was a very moving experience. Thank you for motivating me.

  3. Red 6" heels SexyShoes90 says:

    Sex has been a huge a problem with my wife and I, but we have worked through most of it.

  4. Beverly Kimball says:

    Believe it or not, sex is the main reason why I’m divorced, he wanted it and I just was never feeling in the mood for it, over years it drove us apart. MS you suck!

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