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You know how much I love success stories — each one deepens my already subterranean belief that PTSD recovery is imminently possible for many people in many ways.
So when I received a note from Rachel VanKoughnet that said,
I actually made my first YouTube video in honor of PTSD awareness month (June) and I gave your website a shout out so that others can experience your healing like me. I hope that’s cool with you.
I jumped at the chance to share her story with you. Yes, she gives a shout out to the Heal M PTSD website, but that’s not what got her featured here. Simply, I wanted to share with you another look at what recovery can be. Take a look at her calmness and listen to her story and explicit recovery practices for ideas, inspiration and motivation that spurs on your own recovery work.
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