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Francesca Marina ๐ŸŒป๐Ÿฆ‹ Jul 25
Trauma is perhaps the most avoided, ignored, belittled, denied, misunderstood, and untreated cause of human suffering.
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londongal Jul 25
When I told my 6yo that his daddy died, one of the first things he said was "who's going to help me unlock the Pterodactyls, in LEGO jurassic world" it was their 'thing'. My baby somehow did it, he unlocked them!! He is sure daddy helped from heaven
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Nat'l Ctr. for PTSD Aug 2
Do you know the four types of symptoms? Learn the basics of PTSD:
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Anthony Lock Jul 28
The day I woke up from a coma to be told my life would never be the same again broke my heart๐Ÿ’” What you see in this video is a story of a Broken man who spent years undertaking rehabilitation alone in his own home. I Never Gave Up... I Never Gave In...
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Assistance Dog Ziggy ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿพ Jul 28
Dad says nobody likes a poser RT this and prove him wrong Assistance Dog
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Lisa M. Wright Jul 31
Well, it only took 9 years, but I finally wanted to share an article I wrote on PTSD that was just published in the summer issue of Combat Stress. My piece is on pg. 48.
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Prof. Anima Anandkumar Jul 26
I cannot watch It will give me My 20s were spent fighting and around it. In this thread, I am sharing my experiences. This is no joke. I hate this being turned into
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Paul Brookes 13m
Day 8/30 done of the 25 push up challenge to help bring awareness to ptsd, male suicide, depression & anxiety Thanks for the nomination
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lily paciuszko Aug 2
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HEAL TRAUMA & PTSD Aug 2
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Joseph P.S. Inzirillo III 14h
Blog update! Some card highlights from the week, some name dropping of amazing people and some thoughts on collecting as a tool to fight .
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Mom Left Behind-Losing Kyle Aug 1
Insomnia is my sidekick, flashbacks are the energy to the mood swings...hopelessness is the blood that flows the disassociation. The memory loss is the object of the affection of the sudden remembering-this is PTSD. This is real & this is what I live with...
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StressBuzz Aug 1
Mindfulness + PTSD: 5 Ways That Practicing Mindfulness Can Help Post Traumatic Stress DisorderMindfulness PTSD: 5 Ways That Practicing Mindfulness Can Help Post Traumatic Stress Disorder ๐Ÿ†˜
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Evey Hammond Jul 27
. To that one soul reading this, I know you're tired, close to breaking. But there's strength within you. Keep fighting. .
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Nathalie Aug 2
Shame is a major factor in depression and when there is a great deal of shame, the process of untangling becomes very slow and difficult, with many stops and starts. Deep shame is very common before and after abuse.
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Paul Hill Aug 2
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Andy Price Aug 1
doesn't have a face and for many of us it is a personal inner battle, that we all deal with differently. Even though it feels lonely, I know I'm not the only one who struggles with it and I will never use it as a means to excuse bad behaviour or to shy away from criticism.
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Military History Now 16h
On this day in 1943, Patton famously slaps an 18-year-old GI suffering from while visiting a field hospital in Sicily. The incident makes headlines and nearly costs the general his command. Read the story here:
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Eerie Canal Music Jul 26
Yeah yea my album is out...
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