32 comments on “Learning to deal with PTSD – Fighting PTSD

  1. Christy sent me over to read this wonderful post, Patty – and left a link for my followers under my most recent PTSD post [Moving Past PTSD triggers] – still available from the “Most Recent 25 Articles” about half way down on my sidebar, and forever using my blog Search.

    I loved the gentle, encouraging manner in which you supported as you informed. Beautifully done. Your graphics and memes were well chosen and well placed. GREAT post.
    xx,
    mgh
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
    ADD/EFD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder
    “It takes a village to educate a world!”

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  3. I don’t like that someone would have PTSD, but I like that you are so open about it. You sound like a confident, healing person! I applaud you! _Resa

  4. Well Done Patty! Very thorough and informative, which can be a perfect tool for those who live with PTSD and those who love someone with PTSD. It is a difficult journey but one worth every step. Blessings upon you.

  5. Preverbal psychological traumatic injury is being hit from the blind side. The symptoms are expressed by the body in a different manner and is generally deeper and too damaging for EMDR to surface. The symptons that are too painful to handle cannot be healed by surfacing them. At this time there is no treatment but meds and developing stronger life coping skills.

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