Partner is 6 months in following TBI. Can't seem to find my answer on Google or here... but does anyone have experience where TBI survivor absolutely believes you've said something but you definitely haven't?
There have been a few occasions since him being home where he says that myself or 4 year old daughter have said something which we haven't, but just lately he has become fixated with things he believes I've said or done. Getting frustrated and angry that i won't agree or admit I've said these things. For instance, he believes I've told him he's not the father to our children. Absolutely not the case at all. He says he doesn't have any doubts he is their father either.
Whilst I can sympathise that it must be torture for him believing these things, it is also becoming torturous being on the other end of the accusations and trying to shield the kids. We are having joint counselling and will bring this up, but it's not for another week yet