Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – The Invisible Scars. June is PTSD awareness month, help share so more people can be learn about its effects on peoples lives.https://sobreviviendoapsicopatasynarcisistas.wordpress.com/
CPTSD…most people can not understand what it is like to be on the receiving end of (emotional, physical or psychological) abuse, until they have actually experienced it themselves. http://www.outofthefog.net/CommonNonBehaviors/CPTSD.html
Anyone that has suffered from Domestic Violence will face some degree of PTSD in their lifetime. I equated PTSD to soldiers who face war but didn't realize that victims of crime also suffer from PTSD. I suffered from PTSD and it wasn't until I talked to a professional, that I understood why. "Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that is triggered by a terrifying event. Some common symptoms associated with PTSD are flashbacks, nightmares, severe anxiety…
The words here are descriptive of the void that exists when dealing with the symptoms of Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. In a sense, because of the way that we dissociate and isolate, we ARE the walking dead. However, there is hope as we walk down the path towards recovery. A life filled with possibilities as we find our 'new' selves and accept the trauma that occurred.