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Traumatic episode to me

Billtmoretoo
Billtmoretoo

I loved thrifting and wound up loading a house up of vintage. Well one day a month ago i realized how much i had gathred because i wanted to move. I freaked out...i literally screamed. "I WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO SELL THIS HOUSE!!!!" .that incident has led to anxiety and a head that can't think like it used to. One quick but gut wrenching incident...like PTSD. Anyone else have something similar

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BTW it was intense and real but it really altered my brains ability to think clearly!

Hidden
Hidden

Yes, I feel the same way, but it's more about what my husband has accumulated. I'm thinking we're going to stay in this house, but I wouldn't want to leave such a mess for the kids. Totally get where you're coming from. Keep the faith and declutter a little bit at a time-if that's what you want to do. I have also found that my mind doesn't seem to work like it used to and was going to post about that. I am wondering if others go through this, but am betting they do. xxoo

Billtmoretoo
Billtmoretoo in reply to Hidden

It def altered my brain's chemistry. Not sure how to explain it but i am not as clear headed. It is like a fog or buzz and everthing is harder.....really have to concentrate

Hidden
Hidden in reply to Billtmoretoo

THANK YOU! I just blamed myself that I couldn't focus or think clearly. I also had an automobile accident in 2016 that really freaked me out. Hope that I can accept my brain fog and find some coping mechanisms.

Billtmoretoo
Billtmoretoo in reply to Hidden

How to lift the fog that is what i want. It has to be a chemical change. Got to find the drug to change back

Hidden
Hidden in reply to Billtmoretoo

I hope so for you and me both!

Billtmoretoo
Billtmoretoo in reply to Hidden

If i find it i will share the solution!

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