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egmua

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My fiance has been having panic attacks, none have happened at work to my knowledge. He's just been promoted to leading hand, family life is good. There is nothing that's actually wrong. But he has trouble sleeping, random crying spells and panic attacks, although months apart they are a recurring thing. I have asked him to talk to someone but he said he won't in fear of being discharged. What is the actual process and will he be made to leave? The thought of this is preventing him from getting help.
 

WreckerL

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Get him to have a chat with the Bish, as that's "staff in confidence" and may help to find out why he has panic attacks.
 

nikiti

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My fiance has been having panic attacks, none have happened at work to my knowledge. He's just been promoted to leading hand, family life is good. There is nothing that's actually wrong. But he has trouble sleeping, random crying spells and panic attacks, although months apart they are a recurring thing. I have asked him to talk to someone but he said he won't in fear of being discharged. What is the actual process and will he be made to leave? The thought of this is preventing him from getting help.
sometimes this happens also to me... I think is because of stress...thats why is happening to me..I think about something a lot and I don't find a solution and then I get panicked ..maybe you should talk to him and see what worries him instead of sending him to a specialist. sometimes this works much better
 

D108

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I'd be anxious if I had a discharge as well !

I had a discharge once, ended up going to my home town clinic as I didn’t fancy popping into Dryad sick bay!

I told one oppo who was sworn to secrecy, anyway a few days after the penicillin course had started l, my mother rang the accommodation office (pre mobile phones) and the rats piped “Able Seaman Discharge, shore telephone call main office”


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