Speaking Point: Hearing the words “you have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder” is a trauma in itself. Having heard those words myself, I know. After being hit and injured in the Santa Monica Farmer’s Market Crash where 10 people died and more than 60 of us were injured, I can tell you first hand what it’s like to go through PTSD. And, after years of therapy, I now have the ability to articulate what it actually means to have PTSD in terms everyone can understand.
Speaking Point: What it’s like to not sleep, to not be able to remember common words, to not be able to get the words in your head to come out of your mouth
Speaking Point: What’s it like to have a flashback?
Speaking Point: What’s the difference between a flashback and panic attack?
Speaking Point: Some tricks to get through a panic attack without drugs
Speaking Point: You may think your life is over, but it’s not and hear are some tips to help you remember the good things
Speaking Point: PTSD is more common than you think. According to Heal My PTSD, LLC over 30 million people are or have struggled with PTSD with an estimated 1 out of 10 women developing the condition at some point in their lives.