Re: please help me overcome my ptsd
I was also a victim of childhood abuse, then my ex-husband had a bad temper and triggered my PTSD towards the end of our marriage.
For me, the most important things have been to trust my doctors, see a psychiatrist and a therapist (and not just a primary care physician), and try to have friends surrounding me who try to understand what I'm going through.
I had different therapists for short periods of time (for the most part) for years, most of them helpful, then one for about five years during and after my divorce who was a huge help. I have a lot of issues with anxiety, and she got her Ph.D. in psychology, specializing in anxiety. It was like she knew most of what I'd been through before I had told her. *But* it's still important, once you find someone who is helpful, to work on trying to communicate well. Don't feel bad about possibly going through several therapists before you find the right one. You may be lucky and find a good fit right at first, though. You never know.
And don't ever give up. There are always more steps that can be taken. If one way doesn't work, try another. Take a break when you need to. You will get through this.