Our expert says:
I know, too, from personal experience--- a very frightening experience. And this psychological trauma was fairly closely followed by another. This sort of post-traumatic reaction isn't uncommon, and as it has lasted more than 2 months, becomes more significant and more deserving of treatment by a skilled psychologist, before these understandable but natural concerns become more fixed. And not only the lasting anger, but the sense of limiting the degree of love you are prepared to let yourself feel for him, are well recognizd ( you limit your emotional inbestments now, for fear of becoming more exposed to loss ). When you then describe moodiness and depression, this is clarly desering of a full assessment by a good local shrink, and treatment, which may be more effective and brief for starting early
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