... Thanks for sharing! Yep, "diet" is very relevant as is the exercising of our minds and bodies.Agree with you on the whole food thing. ... (6 replies)
... I was recently diagnosed with Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The difference between C-ptsd and PTSD is that Complex happens over an extended period of time, and usually originates in childhood. Whereas PTSD is typically a one-time traumatic event (such as rape, war, etc).
After spending my entire life in pain, confusion, and emotionally abusive relationships, I... (1 replies)
... Hi, i was in a car accident on october 23rd 2011, which now is coming up on 3 years since my accident, im alive and i know im greatful for that, but i have issues falling asleep at night because all i think about is what happened, i gell asleep at the wheel after working very long ours trying to finish construction on a ight club i was building, anyway, i fell asleep at the... (0 replies)
... suggest that could even be a part of her purpose is that you have to acquire a choice in life. You have to pick a side. And if it takes you to do the work such as reaching out in this forum than so be it. ... (2 replies)
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... My name is Mike I'm 21 and in the US Navy. 10 years ago my beautiful sister Jaclyn died at age 13 of pneumonia. She lived her whole life with severe cerebral palsy and couldn't walk or talk. She suffered her whole life. After she died I was relieved for her because I knew she was in heaven and finally free of her broken body. However as Ive grown older I'm so terrified that... (2 replies)
... brother having sex with me, etc. Would all that I have been through be classed as trauma because I can barely get tasks done throughout the day because I keep thinking about everything bad that's happened to me. ... (2 replies)
... but they are so mild that they dont realize thats what it is. To them, its just a memory that wont go away, they dont see it as reliving the event. ... (4 replies)
... While coming to terms with my PTSD, I've heard the disorder described as a normal reaction to an abnormal event. ... (4 replies)
... being is very important. I feel your frustration because I felt the weight of my responsibilites at the time, as well. ... (14 replies)
... ing what to do with it. It is SO sad! He follows me around the house and doesn't have a clue what he is doing. For some reason he is very unsteady on his feet as well. ... (14 replies)
... As far as the "Grand Scheme of Things".... I look at it like this. "Life is a Circus, Plan accordingly"..... ... (14 replies)
... Just accept things and remember that "He only gives a person as much as He feels that person can handle. ... (14 replies)
... I know that it was no coincidence. Even more amazing, the psychiatrist that he will be seeing is strangly connected to us as well. ... (14 replies)
... Dear Carmen,
I know that your DH has been having a rough time and there is no coincidence that the psychologist and the physician were there at that point in time. It was meant to happen this way.
There seems to be some light emitting from the end of that proverbial tunnel and that is refreshing news. Embrace the help.
If you don't mind me asking, when is the... (14 replies)
... extremely helpful and his specialty is with PTSD. He said he can't make an accurate diagnosis without seeing him, but he wants to try to taper him off the meds as soon as he can get him more treatment for the PTSD. He thought he sounds like a classic case of misdiagnosis. ... (14 replies)
... I posed a few questions as to get a better picture of your options. ... (14 replies)
... He was diagnosed because he was psychotic...which they attributed to mania, and he also used cocaine and alcohol. At first, I accepted the diagnosis as an answer for the psychosis. But, as this has progressed, the diagnosis doesn't seem to fit. ... (14 replies)
... Also tried EMDR. Found it very hard at the time as I was dealing with a lot of the repressed stuff and some of the stuff I had always remembered. ... (1 replies)
... I like the messages relayed in the previous post, and agree that PTSD is not merely a military disease as it is often misunderstood as. ... (6 replies)