Our expert says:
Sorry to hear of your awful experience - and in a way sorrier to hear your husband is being so silly and unsupportive. You don't mention whether or not he was involved in the hijacking / assault. In that case it might be that he is so wrapped up in his own reactions that he hasn't got around to thinking of yours. If he was not directly involved, he may be feeling guilty for not having somehow protected you from this evemt, and distracted by that. But those are at best partial explanations, not excuses for being unfeeling and unhelpful.
But men often have surprisingly much difficulty in handling emptional situations, feeling incompetent to be helpful, or unsure of how to be helpful, and then trying to ignore the reality altogether. Do see a counsellor for your own sake ; and maybe after some sessions you could invite him along, with the counsellor's assistance, to help him to understand
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