PTSD or post traumatic stress disorder, is a disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event. Often associated with veterans but effects anyone who has experienced significant triggering events.
This is an impressive free resource, available to anyone. It covers a wide array of issues that one would face and quickly gets you right to methods and actions to take and get results. Please share if you know anyone experiencing PTSD.
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put together by the National Center for PTSD.
What is PTSD really like?
How to help a loved one with PTSD
Living with PTSD - lessons for partners, friends, and supporters
What not to say to someone with PTSD:
Understanding PTSD's Effect on the Brain, Body and the Emotions
Intensive Care - Experiences of family and friends video
Signs and symptoms can include;
Physical pain - headaches or migraines, dizziness, fatigue, chest pain, breathing difficulties, and stomach and digestive issues
Nightmares and Flashbacks - a symptom known as re experiencing the event
Depression or anxiety
Repression - blocking of memories
Guilt and shame
Access the coaching online here: PTSD Coaching Online
US Department of Veteran Affairs - National Center for PTSD
What is PTSD?
American Psychiatric Association