Ptsd military

Once known only as "shell shock," a vague condition affecting war veterans, PTSD is now recognized as an anxiety disorder brought on by a traumatic event. - MilitaryAvenue.com

Once known only as "shell shock," a vague condition affecting war veterans, PTSD is now recognized as an anxiety disorder brought on by a traumatic event.

Having PTSD changes the way a person lives. But you can help them by knowing these 10 important things to say and 10 things NOT to say to someone with PTSD. | HealthFaithStrength.com

10 Things to Say to Someone with PTSD & 10 Things NOT to Say

Having PTSD changes the way a person lives. But you can help them by knowing these 10 important things to say and 10 things NOT to say to someone with PTSD.

Having PTSD does not mean you are broken... - PTSD and other Mental Health Support Resources at http://www.pinterest.com/militaryavenue/mental-health-support-for-our-military-families/

Broken people place blame on other people's shoulder. Strong people carry that burden without breaking

PSTD---Post traumatic stress disorder. Many military vets and domestic violence victims are treated for this. Panic attacks, high anxiety, non-social and introverted.

Many military vets and domestic violence victims, sexual assault victims, and rape victims are treated for this. Panic attacks, high anxiety, non-social and introverted.

Interesting Outlook on PTSD & its effects. Instead of judging, love them through it, be in the know & #inspiregrowlove. -TransparenTEE

Interesting Outlook on PTSD & its effects. Instead of judging, love them through it, be in the know. PTSD and dual-diagnosis are commonly interwoven. That means the person might have a drug addiction.

Scary picture but very true on feeling like there's a side no one sees.

I Have a TBI and PTSD Scary picture but very true on feeling like there's a side no one sees.Most Days unless a Dear Friend.My Invisible Side is Seldom Seen.BUT "IT" lives in ME

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