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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...

No Power

No Power

Thunder, lightning, high winds, and possible hail; it is storming this morning, and I’m wondering if our power will go out again....

Something Special

Something Special

I raise dogs, and not one of them will refuse a cookie when offered!  I enjoy coming home and greeting each one with a small, yummy...

Water

Water

When I think about managing to survive following a disaster, one of my greatest concerns is finding water.  From the troubled times I’ve...

PTSD RELAPSE

PTSD RELAPSE

I never thought much about having a relapse of my PTSD.  As I got older and I found myself coping better, I thought this was the way it...

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

This coronavirus has certainly changed our lives, and I find myself having to learn new ways to adapt every day because of it.  That’s...

Water, Water Everywhere

Water, Water Everywhere

We had some pretty nasty storms this week, with rain coming down sideways several times when I looked. Of course, trees came down too and...

COVID-19 & PTSD

COVID-19 & PTSD

“Stay home and stay safe!” That’s the Governor’s mantra, and isn’t that what all of us with PTSD have been trying to do all along? We stay...

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