PTSD has a away of sneaking up on you. Here I talk more about it
The symptoms of PTSD are not the world's fault therefore, it is up to those with any mental illness to find a way to manage the hustle of life.
One of the trademark symptoms of PTSD is the nightmares. How do we fight for a better quality of life when nightmare's aftermath destroys our days?
So, what the heck is trigger season? For me, it's the time of year where my traumatic experiences own me. But I know that it will pass
PTSD does a number of things to a person, one of the things I loath the most is when it sets my nervous system afire. It's heartbreaking.
A mental health condition can be overwhelming for so many people who venture out, but it can be managed, just find your new upper limit.
Finally, after all these years of fighting depression and PTSD, I can see the light. It may be a pin sized ray of light, but it's a start.
We in the services go from fear to courage. If we didn't the job would never get done. However, we need to get better at saving ourselves.
I rarely sleep well, I can thank PTSD for that, but even when I do, I still feel tired. Like this morning, I woke up exhausted.
It's wearing me out, the constant terror. From loud streets to banging dishes, I feel everything as a threat. And I hate it, so much!