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Worn out

Discussion in 'Trauma, PTSD & Dissociation' started by alonenhurt, May 17, 2007.

  1. alonenhurt

    alonenhurt New Member

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    I'm so worn out from not being able to sleep. Everytime I try to go to bed i get such bad anxiety that i'm going to get hurt, that i can't sleep.When i do actaully sleep I wake up crying and sweaty becuase i think i can feel his hands all over me. I dream about it, i relive the whole thing in my sleep. And i never wake up unitll it's over. It's so bad i can't even take it anymore. I've been trying using different sleep aids to help me ive even turned to drugs and alcohol to get to sleep. I've tried warm baths and showers. I tried not thinking about it . I just can't do it. Any advice:help:
     
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  2. Taylor43

    Taylor43 Jesus loves everyone!

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    keeping you in my prayers are you in therapy? Big hugs
     
  3. patriarch

    patriarch Senior Member

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    Advice about going to sleep? YES! Just say the name of Jesus again and again and again and again. Jesus...Jesus....Jesus...Jesus...Jesus...Jesus...Jesus...Jesus...Jesus...Jesus.

    It may not sound like much, but I have used this again and again .... It works!
     
  4. Johnnz

    Johnnz Senior Veteran Supporter

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    What help have you had in working through what happened. Bottling up things doesn't work and is not the way to go. Your fears and whatever else need some resolution for you. You need help from an experienced person.

    John
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  5. UnitynLove

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    Are you in therapy?
     
  6. PassionFruit

    PassionFruit I woke up like dis

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    *sighs*

    This kind of violence angers me so much. :mad:

    At any rate, I think the best thing for you to do is to seek some help. Therapy could help you, that's only if you're not in therapy currently.
     
  7. Johnnz

    Johnnz Senior Veteran Supporter

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    Resolution will come as you identify and work through a bunch of issues that sexual abuse always brings. It's the unresolved issues and pain that are behind your sleeplessness.

    Bless you
    John
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