My husband is upset at my panic attacks and me getting overwhelmed. He says he’s worried about me and I know he is, but I hate that I’m frustrating him. I feel frozen. I don’t know how to apologize for my emotions, I’m trying to responsibly move through them. I’ve been functioning through them. I’m so lost.

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

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  • cherry37


    Be patient with your self and seek the reason for type of ocd you deal with. Most of the time it stems for our past

  • Aimless


    I can relate. I greatly dislike disappointing my loved ones and getting stuck. Maybe he just doesn't know how to help you unfreeze? Is there something he could be doing or saying that might help you? Sometimes skin contact will snap me out of it. Find ways to activate the parasympathetic nervous system (rest and digest). Try different things, see what helps and what doesn't, document as much as you can if you have brain fog too. Be kind to yourself.

  • Alpine


    Never apologize for your emotions.

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