Robert Henslee

By; Robert Henslee SFYB Founder

5 Things You Need to Know About Living With PTSD. If you need some help your in the right place.

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  1. PTSD can be caused by ANY type of Trauma

There’s a false belief that PTSD is limited to military and war-time experiences. That simply isn’t true. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is caused by any traumatic event which affects someone profoundly. Not all who experience traumas will develop PTSD, but those who do often feel trapped by the traumatic event in their lives.

Some traumatic events which can cause PTSD are:

  • Child abuse
  • Sexual assault/rape
  • Severe accidents
  • Physical, emotional, or psychological abuse
  • Natural disasters
  • Acts of terror
  • War experiences
  1. People with PTSD Carry Their Trauma Everyday- Even on Good Days

Just as with any chronic disease, symptoms of PTSD ebb and flow. Some days it is easier to manage and the person with PTSD may experience no symptoms at all. Other days the weight of their disorder may feel suffocating and immobilizing, causing severe anxiety, paranoia, or other symptoms. For people with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, the trauma they endured never quite feels like it is in the past; but with treatment and support it is entirely possible to overcome this disorder and learn to live without the fear.

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  1. PTSD Doesn’t Make You a “Lunatic”

The unfortunately tragic actions of a few people struggling with PTSD has given way to the harmful stigma that all people with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder are violent, “ticking time bombs.” This is no more true than to say because one’s favorite color is purple, then all people must love that color. In truth, PTSD is an internal, personal struggle against one’s self; one is more likely to do harm to themselves than another. That a few have chosen to act out in violence is horrible, but ultimately not the responsibility of the PTSD community..

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  1. Untreated PTSD Can Lead to Other Troubling Behavior

Some people in society find it difficult to understand what causes others to act in alarming and self-destructive ways. The assumption that self-harm is attention seeking or that addiction is a voluntary state stems from this lack of empathy and understanding. In actuality, both self-harm and addiction often stem from underlying causes, one of which may be PTSD. Using illicit substances as an escape or a buffer becomes the only means of functioning; external pain caused by self-inflicted wounds distract from a much larger emotional problem. Without treatment of the root cause, both self-harm and addiction can prove fatal. This is why the most effective means of treating substance abuse includes cognitive behavioral therapy, which provides healthier coping skills and addresses the truth behind the actions.

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  1. People with PTSD Need Your Support, Not Pity

The last thing anyone with PTSD or any type of mental disorder wants is pity. Though one may mean well, it often comes across as demeaning and condescension. If you know someone with PTSD, making yourself available and open to listening and support is the best way to help. Just knowing there is someone who cares and is willing to help in whatever ways they can is enough to change a life. Encouragement through both tough times and success is key to recovery.

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Robert Henslee
Ceo & Founder www.StopFryingYourBrain.com at https://www.linkedin.com/in/gorillamarketing
I am the CEO & Founder of Stop Frying Your Brain which is my pet project. I have many other concerns as well. I enjoy the title usually of "CCO" Chief Content Officer and others with many companies. This is a five year project and I'm about half way of year three. My user community of 175,000 define the build as this is a community asset. We had 4 to 6 million unique views in 2016 depending on which set of analytics you wish to believe. We switched servers several times and lost much of the raw data.

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