Hello, Dear Viewers and Readers!
PTSD is something I have wanted to talk about for a while, but couldn't do so without ensuring that it was the best, most productive and well thought out conversation, first.
And so we went in-depth and touched upon:
- Civilian Vs Military PTSD
- Does the VA have enough resources?
- What are the symptoms?
- Where should you go if you suspect you have PTSD?
- What does a flashback feel like? What are the variations?
We answered all of this and more (and of course, shared some laughs) during the episode. Once you're done watching the ep, check out the fast 5 PTSD facts episode I put together as well.
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Let me know what you think! Is there anything we missed? Is there something else you want to learn more about?
See you soon,
How to Release the Painful Memories and Emotions Stored in Your Body
Five Steps for Dealing with Trauma By Mary Ellen Copeland
Ph.D. Mary Ellen
National Institute for Mental Health: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Pai, A., Suris, A. M., & North, C. S. (2017). Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in the DSM-5: Controversy, Change, and Conceptual Considerations. Behavioral Sciences, 7(1), 7. http://doi.org/10.3390/bs7010007
U.S. Department oF Veterans Affairs: PTSD: National Center for PTSD