Post Traumatic Stress Disorder tips, support and recovery. Are you looking for real answers?
You found the right website if you are really struggling. And want so badly to find hope and inspiration regarding Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Especially, to learn more about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, symptoms, managing episodes, and eventually finding remission. Perhaps you are the supportive partner or family member searching for help to get your mind wrapped around your loved one’s new diagnosis.
You might feel heart-broken and all you want is to help them get better. Well, you definitely came to the right place. I know exactly how you feel. Many of my loyal followers have felt the same way. And what they’ve found here, is hope and valuable tips to enhance lives facing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Help: Testimonials
Hi PTSD Wifey,
I just want to say a big Thank you for bringing me some hope and encouragement.
My husband Dave has bumbled his way through the past 20 years since he left the army . He’s an alcoholic, he stumbled through relationships , has himself into debt and so on .
I met him four years ago and I am a depressive myself and recognised certain symptoms then when I learned he was in the army I started to research and PTSD came up all the time . I asked him about it and he said yes he has been diagnosed with PTSD and received the standard therapy all ex service men/ women receive.
In the beginning of our relationship it was hard as I was not used to or prepared for the abuse and hatred and several times I could have walked!!! We are now married and very happy as like you I educated myself and researched everything I could about PTSD.
I recognise the onset of an episode a couple of days before it is in full swing I prepare and my defences and barriers are ready . My own depression has to go on hold … I self manage it and it takes a back seat to dave and my family .
He needs the reassurance I am there , I do find this suffocating but it is part of his PTSD therefore I do it. During an episode he calls me names , swears at me , tells me he does not want me , he’s cold and distant .. then it’s the shut himself away and sleeping …
Once it’s subsides he is normal, the funny , happy very loving man .. slightly manic for a couple of days but happy … I however am drained. I have contacts in the UK for support and organisations that support but I do not have a support system of women like me that are married to these wonderful but totally impossible men !
Someone to say ” hey I’m really low can we chat ”
You have bought me hope …
Did not even know this was out there. We’ve recently been handed the ptsd diagnoses and are learning everyday. I’d love to win a copy, but will also look onto ordering it if not.
Your site as helped so much already. I learn something new daily and have taken tips to help after an attack.
– Lauren U.S.
God surely sent you my way. Thank you so much. This article was just the right amount that I could take in to apply. It was also the most helpful information I’ve seen since 1970’s-80’s. I took pictures for reminders and shared article. can’t find on twitter.
Thank you for clearly & plainly describing what I & Others experience. Every word made me able to breathe a bit. Oh I hope you never stop.
– Jennie U.S.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: My Story
Did you know that families have faced significant financial hardship. To include: therapy costs, loss of jobs, and more. Not to mention, the cost of private medical care. All of this on top of experiencing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Does any of this sound familiar?
First of all, my husband was diagnosed with PTSD (actually Complex PTSD) in May 2015. And, it’s been one heck of a journey. Back then, I searched endlessly for resources, information, and any help for non-combat related PTSD survivors but found close to nothing.
Military Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
However, I did find a ton of information and assistance for those with combat related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and thanks to these websites I was able to learn a lot about our new life. But, because nothing quite fit what my family was going through.
Another thing I noticed was most websites are very depressing and negative. Don’t get me started on the hundreds of medical and scientific sites full of technical jargon.
My Lightbulb Went Off
My experiences motivated the start of a better website (late January, 2017). One that encompasses every kind of trauma. Specifically, promoting a better understanding of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to those seeking it.
My goal is to be an inspiration, a positive resource, and a support system for others in our PTSD community. I am very passionate about teaching you what I’ve learned. And hopefully, you won’t make the huge mistakes that we did during the first year and a half after getting our diagnosis.
Needless to say, after a year and a half of severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder episodes, symptoms, heartache, little to no improvement, and isolation, I started losing all hope. Hope of finding answers that my family needed so desperately. I figured, if I’m going through this then there are others out there going through the same. Ultimately, needing answers and real information about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. As nervous I’d ever been, I took the plunge and created PTSD Wifey.
More specifically, I wanted PTSD Wifey to be entirely different from other PTSD websites and Facebook pages within our elite Post Traumatic Stress Disorder community.
Passionate, Caring, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Help
Above all, I love our PTSD website giving support, enrichment, and most importantly, “REAL LIFE” perspective for those seeking stability, information and remission.
As a wifey and mother, I am a huge part of our family’s Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and support system. My loving husband provides the same level of support for me when my PTSD symptoms take over (I have Vicarious PTSD). Throughout his journey with therapy, psychiatric care, and helping himself by using multiple tools, he has finally sent his symptoms into remission where they belong.
Due to all of his perseverance and hard work, his PTSD has been in remission for ten months! Seriously, could you imagine what a blessing that I’ll be for you?
PTSD Wifey: Our PTSD Outreach Initiative
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To Those Suffering From Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Today.
Your thoughtful gift will help fund a 🤓 scholarship program that pays interning trauma therapists to provide proper care for families suffering from (C)PTSD. In turn, allowing 👩🎓 therapists to gain the necessary 2,000 hours working under the supervision of an experienced trauma expert. 👨⚕️And at the same time, provide the absolute best care for those struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Many facing this disorder cannot afford private care, nor do they have access to health insurance.
🇺🇸 Combat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder survivors do not have the option see someone outside of the V.A. due to the expense involved. Millions of people in the U.S. alone are affected by PTSD. What does that equate to? If each person were in treatment, an annual cost to society of anxiety disorders would be significantly over 💸 $42.3 billion. Help me bring the necessary medical care to those in severe anguish. Specifically, giving them the relief they need in order to sustain a quality of life as close to what others experience. Help PTSD Wifey create this and many other valuable programs once we achieve Non-Profit status!
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A Message From PTSD Wifey
I’m the proud owner of this website, YouTube channel, and Facebook page that’s all about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and support – for the entire family. Additionally, I am the author of the unique book, “PTSD And Marriage Guide”. If you are the significant other to someone with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, please keep in your heart and mind that YOU are PTSD’s unsung hero.
*The majority of earnings from book sales go towards our PTSD Outreach Initiative!
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