3 Questions To Reduce Anxiety in PTSD

Part of the PTSD problem is the sense of internal chaos and overwhelm. Trauma has already left you feeling powerless and helpless and then just coping through the day can become…. well…. exhausting!

How do you take back control and lessen all of that intense I-just-can’t-handle-all-of-this? This vid outlines three simple questions you could be asking yourself to take back control.

For more information about the effects of trauma and PTSD

In recovery it can really help to hear how others feel, have felt and what they’ve done to move forward. This week I interviewed a fellow survivor and the two of us dished the dirt on recovery and how to make it happen. For ideas about how to reclaim yourself, your sense of power and control, listen to the archive of this week’s episode of YOUR LIFE AFTER TRAUMA.


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