Learning To Solve Your Problems

Learning To Solve Your Problems

Learning To Solve Your Problems Sometimes when we confront our problems, they seem too overwhelming to ever resolve, but, approaching the issues with a clear idea of what we want to achieve can help. Sometimes we focus on the issue so closely that we can’t even begin...
A Virtual Veterans Support Group

A Virtual Veterans Support Group

A Virtual Veterans Support Group Of course, Coronavirus has had an effect on those who have PTSD. That nasty little virus has had an impact on almost all of us! For someone who has PTSD, it has been both a blessing and a curse. A blessing in that it enhances our...
Incoming!

Incoming!

Incoming! Having PTSD means chemical changes have occurred in the brain that result in a continuously active state of arousal for the individual affected. This translates to the person who has PTSD being farther along on the continuum of anger than most people. For...
A Veterans Success Story

A Veterans Success Story

A Veterans Success Story When Gage called Disability Network Lakeshore, he was unemployed and was struggling to cope with PTSD. He had no idea how the skills he learned in the Navy could transfer to working as a civilian. His PTSD made it difficult for him to interact...
Disarming Anger

Disarming Anger

Disarming Anger When you have PTSD, you have an invisible wound that is not easily healed. You may feel as if you have been damaged beyond repair, and you may harbor great anger towards the person, thing, or circumstance that caused your PTSD. I believe there is no...
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