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Lily Dec 12
Trauma induced chronic illness... adding insult to injury. When it hurts to hurt... you always feel guilty for it. The anxiety alone tries to isolate you. It's easy to feel like a burden.
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Jordan Andrew Dec 11
Suffering from PTSD can be an absolute nightmare for some people.
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Teri Hentschel 52m
Creator I ask for healing for Joe,Jolly,Karen&Lynette and all others that are fighting for their lives. Ease the suffering of those who live in pain everyday. Guide those of us with find the light. Protect our Officers and the K9's that protect us. A'ho
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John Loveday Dec 10
Shoutout to all the men going through a lot, with no one to turn to, because this world wrongly taught our males to mask their emotions & that strong means silent. It OK to not be OK 💪🏻 speak to those around you. thank you 😊
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Angelo John Gage Dec 13
Dear fellow veterans, is no joke. You can't do it alone. Speak to fellow veterans. You need to get to a psychologist and psychatrist at the VA and talk to poeple outside of your social circle. There is no shame in having it; but a shame to do nothing about it.
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Dr. Debra Lindh 3m
Waiting until the time is right is one of the biggest mistakes a person can make. Why? Because it’s an excuse to not take action. There is NO “right time.”
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veterans respite centre(pete neale) 14h
People say that suicide is selfish well let me tell until u been in that hell hole in that person head u can’t comment it’s not selfish it’s there last resort to deal with the pain in there heads u don’t end ur life lightly so please think before u comment
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Rob Mc 🇺🇸 🍀 13m
Lord, I lift up All of our Veterans and 1st Responder's who - after years of seeing things that no one should ever see - suffer with ... Please hold them in your arms & help them to know that they are NOT alone... Amen.
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Dr. Melissa Bird 3h
Messages you never want to receive from your husband who has and is a who loves his therapist in your home town. Thanks for making my husband drive 2 hours round trip for care. So glad you care about the people you profess to serve.
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Dr. James F. Zender Dec 11
"PTSD in its rawest form is a death sentence which causes many veterans and others to execute themselves in hope to be free."
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Veterans' Gateway Dec 11
It's party season! But not everyone enjoys the noise and crowds which can trigger and other issues. If you feel like that, you're not on your own. Click for some quick help
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Erika T Dec 17
Replying to @PCAdamPace
It's horrible I've been there still have because of it. Police were amazing to me.
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Matthew Smith 18m
Like war photographers, human rights workers are all too familiar w/ the harmful long-term effects of documenting “the depths of human depravity.” is epidemic. We need more people who understand and will support mental health.
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Jojo White 23h
Please remove the planes. Super unnecessary. Or take out the guns and the ability to crash into things. Like if it crashes into something make the plane blow up completely. I feel like 9/11 keeps happening every game
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Seeking Sara: Autistic’s Journey Dec 16
CN: PTSD, intrusive thoughts How do you quiet your brain when it’s fixated, looping, filled with intrusive thoughts, and/or PTSD issues? Mine has been a bundle of laughs the last 48 hours or so and none of my usually stuff is working.😑
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jon adams 13h
Drinking very strong coffee Please can I concentrate today? Please can I think ‘above the noise’ Please can my fingers stop swelling Please can I Please
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Paul Gonzales Dec 15
# Repost @ptsd_support_group You are a survivor. Remember that !
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Sandi 9h
Changing my cover pic for a couple of weeks. My friend, musician and advocate for "veteran suicide prevention" could use our help. This time of year is hard for anyone that suffers from PTSD. For help and information, please check out
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Michele Rosenthal 28m
For too long symptoms prevented me from being able to . So thankful that opened me back up to receive the gift of . Love these cozy nights of reading on the couch with The Man.
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Tasha Silverman Dec 17
"...Veterans are the poster boys for , but it’s our responsibility to bring attention to others who have trauma... There may be 22 vets a day committing suicide, but there’s 120 people in the general population who are committing every day, too..."
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