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PTSD Helplines

PTSD Helplines You Can Call If you have PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), you’ll know that at some points in the day, whatever you might be doing, no matter if you’re not even thinking about your issue or triggers, you might suddenly have the need to talk to someone. Whether you’re going through a crisis or …

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PTSD from Emotional Abuse

PTSD from Emotional Abuse

Can You Get PTSD from Emotional Abuse? ​Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a common anxiety disorder. The condition comes with a variety of symptoms that can make everyday life significantly harder to cope with. While most people associate PTSD with soldiers returning home from war, physical trauma is not the only cause.  Emotional trauma can …

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Health and mental care

Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health awareness week Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is a disorder that develops following a traumatic event and can occur in both veterans and civilians alike. It is characterized as: The reliving of the traumatic event through persistent thoughts, flashbacks, or nightmares. Avoidance of the people, places, activities, or reminders of the traumatic event Hyper state …

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Can Bullying Cause PTSD?

Bullying and PTSD Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) often stems from a person witnessing or experiencing a trauma that made them feel threatened, vulnerable, or injured. It is, therefore, possible that you could develop the anxiety disorder if you are victim of bullying, or even your child might be living with PTSD following physical and/or verbal …

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New methods of managing PTSD

Ways to manage your PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) affects around eight million Americans, which has created numerous new ways to combat it. Of course, those experiencing PTSD should talk to friends and family, as well as a trained therapist. However, alongside these traditional measures of combatting this condition are new and alternative methods …

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