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This post was contributed by a trauma survivor. The roar of motorcycles fills the air.  My legs are pumping, chest is burning, long grass whooshes past my bare feet.  The hills are so tall, surely I... Read Full Post
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I’ve written previously about intergenerational trauma and its effects — this is an important area of trauma and PTSD about which we don’t speak enough. I’m very pleased today... Read Full Post
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This post is contributed by Stephanie March. After living through domestic violence many survivors, myself included, suffer from the crippling grip of PTSD symptoms.  The intrusive flashbacks that... Read Full Post
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I love to talk about PTSD recovery. My theory is this: the more we talk about what does — and doesn’t — work the more everyone has the opportunity to find his or her own healing... Read Full Post
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This post was contributed by a trauma survivor.   Listening to a trauma survivor can be so hard. The stories and pain can be overwhelming and heartbreaking. Despite being a trauma survivor... Read Full Post
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From time to time I receive requests to post about research projects direct to the PTSD community. This one comes from Emily Godwin at the University of Bristol, UK.  Hello, My name is Emily and I... Read Full Post
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Books about PTSD and trauma — written by survivors — are so powerful. Beyond the textbook explanation they offer real insights into what it means to live with the effects of the past.... Read Full Post
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This post is contributed by Jim Ingham. Treating PTSD is a complicated mental health issue where there is no single cure-all that will work effectively for every patient. Post-traumatic stress  will... Read Full Post
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PTSD and brain science are so completely intertwined in the recovery process that if you don’t know about how they interact you could slowing down your recovery process. Healing PTSD happens in... Read Full Post
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As often as I can I like to let you know of PTSD-related research studies that are open for your participation. This one comes from England for our Brit readers…. My name is Rebecca Webb and I... Read Full Post

 
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