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When Your Disability is New

When Your Disability is New

When you first learn you have a condition that is considered a disability, it’s frightening, to say the least. A disability is a physical,...

Beating the Blues

Beating the Blues

If 2020 has taken a toll on you and you couldn't wait for 2021 to arrive, then it may be you’re fighting the blues. Many people are these...

Preparing for a Winter Storm

Preparing for a Winter Storm

It’s the time of year when winter storms can blow through with deadly force. Are you prepared? While we’d rather not think about it, we...

Taking Care of You

Taking Care of You

Why is it that we tend to think that anything that smacks of self-care means we’re “indulging” ourselves? We feel we don’t deserve to...

Living with Change

Living with Change

Dealing with PTSD is a lifelong thing, not something that we “get over” after a few months of effort. What I am just realizing is that...

New Traditions

New Traditions

I received a text from a close friend last week saying she had exposed me to the coronavirus. She had been coughing and sneezing while she...

Incoming!

Incoming!

Having PTSD means chemical changes have occurred in the brain that result in a continuously active state of arousal for the individual...

Repeat Performance

Repeat Performance

Medical experts are predicting that we are not yet done with the coronavirus pandemic. I suspect that’s true. People want it to be over so...

Learning To Live With PTSD

Learning To Live With PTSD

A while back, I thought I’d done a fairly good job at learning to live with PTSD, but I hit another bump in the road and everything went...

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