PTSD therapy often comes from survivors

Opening up” to a stranger is, at best, difficult to do.Confiding your “war zone” fears with a non-veteran can be worse, unless PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) serves as a bond between a brother and a sister.That’s how I have come to view my own shortcomings: through the eyes and experiences of trauma “survivors” who faced similar life-altering devastations, but who are now finally able to talk about it for the benefit of all . . .You’ll see by these comments below that there is no discrimination between man and woman when it comes to PTSD. It is an equal opportunity offender. Continue reading