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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...

The Roses

The Roses

It has been an extremely difficult summer due to the coronavirus crisis. We are all stressed more than usual with wearing masks, washing...

A New World

A New World

To me, it feels as though life with PTSD has become more difficult with this pandemic crisis. Emotions are closer to the surface for...

Planning For A Pandemic

Planning For A Pandemic

As uncertain as our lives are, taking the time to think through possible disaster scenarios and how we might get through them a bit easier...

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...

Impatient or PTSD?

Impatient or PTSD?

I hear it almost every day: “You are SO impatient!” My sister is quick to point this out, although I don’t know how many times I’ve...

Anxiety

Anxiety

There are times when we all feel a bit anxious over events or circumstances in our lives, but with an anxiety disorder, the fear is more...

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