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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...

A New Day

A New Day

Stay positive. That’s what all the messages are these days: stay up, stay positive, stay healthy. But, while that may be easily said,...

One Step At A Time

One Step At A Time

If you haven’t started to put together an emergency plan and the reason is that you feel overwhelmed by the complexity of the project,...

A Time For Change

A Time For Change

While all of us shelter-in-place in an effort to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, many businesses and organizations are working to...

A Time For Planning

A Time For Planning

I’ve been very lucky so far in this recent coronavirus crisis. I had made many preparations as part of my emergency preparedness plan....

Seeking The Good

Seeking The Good

Staying positive during all this stress is difficult, yet, like everyone else, I need to focus on maintaining my sense of humor.  With the...

Words From An Old Prepper

Words From An Old Prepper

I’m a Prepper from way back.  I don’t remember when I got started.  Perhaps when I moved back to Lower Michigan from the Upper Peninsula,...

PTSD & Anxiety

PTSD & Anxiety

You certainly don’t have to have PTSD to be anxious over all the implications of COVID-19, the Coronavirus that is currently making its’...

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