Do you or your partner live with a mental illness?
Mental illness alone brings an individual a multitude of challenges. Some of these daily issues include anxiety, headaches, fatigue, panic attacks, and much more depending on the mental illness. For instance, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a mental illness that brings on some of the worst symptoms compared to most mental illness. The table below shares a few of PTSD’s symptoms. You may notice some or all of these in your partner’s behavior.
|Fatigue||Hallucinations||Memory Loss||High Anxiety|
|Self- Medication||Hypervigilance||Suicidal Ideation||Body Aches|
Mental Illness and Family
In fact, PTSD affects millions of families all over the world. You might be a military family trying to navigate one of the most perplex and challenging mental disorders. Or, your family may be facing PTSD that developed from non-combat trauma. Ultimately, you finally found the perfect book that shares PTSD information that you really want to know about.
Don’t you wish someone would have given you a book to guide you through all aspects of PTSD and CPTSD. Or better yet, what if the Doctor gave you a handbook when they handed your or your spouse the diagnosis? Specifically explaining what to expect, and how to navigate your new mental illness diagnosis: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. That sure would’ve saved tons of confusion, heartache, and suffering for you and your family. The good news is, your PTSD Marriage Guide will help you regain the control over your life that you desire so badly.
Mental Illness on the Back Burner
Because, the worst part is, no one is prepared for how this new mental illness will affect their life and relationships. Important to point out, this book provides you, your significant other, friends and family very valuable tips to enhance your relationships. Additionally, you will get to read our real life descriptions of symptoms, examples for talking to your children about PTSD, and successful tips in order to achieve remission. It’s time to heal and rebuild your relationship’s foundation. Having PTSD doesn’t define who you are, in fact, it’s just a small piece to your amazing life. Order your copy of the “PTSD Marriage Guide: PTSD, Marriage, Children. What Now?” You would agree that it’s about time you took back the control PTSD has stolen from you, wouldn’t you?
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