“I am continuously struck by how frequently the various thought processes of the inner critic trigger overwhelming emotional flashbacks. This is because the PTSD-derived inner
Everyone who is or has been a part of a 12 step program knows that the Thanksgiving/Christmas holiday season is stressful for those of us
PTSD is an individual experience. We have similar yet different symptoms In order to recognize improvement, we must learn roadways along the journey. 1. From
I have written several times that I did not discover until 2010 that I had suffered from PTSD since I was a child. I realized
In 2009 I discovered that PTSD had controlled my life for over 60 years. Yikes! I learned to not have flashbacks by not living my
I often learn so much from reading about the true life experiences of others suffering with or from PTSD. 1. “Catching Up and Cleaning Up”
“Don’t wait until everything is just right. It will never be perfect. There will always be challenges, obstacles and less than perfect conditions. So what.
Secondary PTSD is not a recognized mental or emotional illness but it is real to those who are living with a PTSD survivor. 1. From