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In 2012, while in the US Navy and on deployment in the Arabian Gulf, I experienced a prinzmetal angina episode where I was unconscious for more than 2 hours. After I was medically evacuated back the US, it was discovered that I had suffered a hypoxia frontal lobe brain injury (TBI non-impact), and as a result was subsequently diagnosed with: Severe Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, Traumatic (non-impact) Brain Injury (TBI), and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). After being medically retired from the Navy because of what seemed like an onslought of mental health condions and disorders I didnt understand, I was affraid to leave my home. I didnt trust my self to react normally to situations. After nine months of isolation and seeing the toll it took on my family, I chose to end my life. I was in so much pain and was so distraught - with no hope of things ever getting better. But it does.
Understand the severity of suicidal situations and tendencies.
I care(d) a total of 2 years for a male
My late husband was very good at hiding the severity of his depression. Ultimately, he committed suicide. If you are a suicide survivor, I'd be glad to support you.
I have some experience in this subject I can share.
I care(d) a total of 5 years for a male
I care(d) a total of 5 years for a malefemale
I cared for a significant other who was had multiple mental health diagnoses and was suicidal.
I care(d) a total of 4 years for a male
I care(d) a total of 30 years for a malefemale