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I am sorry to hear about this issue of unresolved intimacy issues as a result of being raped in early life.
The following link will provide detailed information about how to get help for the problem and contact for doing so.
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These issues related to intimacy or common among abuse survivors and the essential factor is getting to a therapist that is trained in dealing with abuse trauma.
Information on getting in contact with a therapist in your area is provided at the above link.
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As a wife of an army soldier, i understand that military individuals deal with so much, especially if they have been deployed for any amount of time. My husband before we got together had been deployed to iraq, and was i germany for some time. Since his deployment he has been diagnosed with ptsd, and anger problems. He sees a therapist, but not sure how good it is working. He still has nightmares, has an addiction to call of duty games on the xbox, and yells alot during his playn of video games. Any suggestions on how i can help him deal with this. It affects me, and my mental state. I have been diagnosed in past with bi polar, and one day just quit taking meds, i have learnned to deal with my issues, but when he yells so much it brings out a violent person in me.