Mainly because we tend to overthink (about everything) and end up getting over-stimulated. However, just because we are PTSD survivors doesn’t mean that we can’t successfully set goals. Better yet, achieve them. Not to mention, probably better than those who don’t have PTSD or CPTSD. Why? Because PTSD brains have been rewired to think of […]
Have you noticed that the holidays are particularly way more stressful when you have Posttraumatic Stress Disorder? From Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve, you may experience frequent Posttraumatic Stress Disorder episodes. Unfortunately, this holds true for many people, even for my family. Typically, the holidays are known for bringing cheer, quality time with family, lavish […]
PTSD And Marriage: Guide for the couples who face PTSD or CPTSD.
Did you know that approximately 8% of Americans have PTSD OR CPTSD? Thats 24.4 million people! One of the most prevailing effects are CPTSD Memory Issues. Creating new memories and recalling past memories is troublesome. And, this topic is often overlooked. However, the truth is that your loved one may find it difficult to remember […]
Did you know that alleviating daily stress can improve one’s complex post traumatic stress disorder (CPTSD) symptoms? Life is complicated and challenging enough with having CPTSD stress. The good news is that there are several science-backed techniques that relieve stress. These natural methods to moderate stress levels are easy to practice and have major positive […]
On May 17th 2015 my husband began having a sever panic attack at work and went home sick around 10:00 am. I left about a half hour after he did to go check on him as his behavior was unusual. At this point he had reached his breaking point. I called his psychiatric medical provider […]