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PTSD Symptoms and treatments. ~ Sometimes I've felt like I have PTSD or symptoms. Not to trivialize it for those who have the real thing. Those who have been to combat or other reasons. ... But I was taken from my mom at age 10. No one wants to hear about it. Least of all my family. I've been shunned from my family because of the bi-polar anyway. Helps to put down in words. But after that day time seemed to stop.

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Learn About What Triggers PTSD

PTSD triggers are all around you,even though it may sometimes feel like PTSD symptoms come out-of-the-blue.Triggers can fall into 2 categories: Internal & External Triggers. Internal triggers are things that you feel or experience inside your body and include thoughts or memories, emotions, and bodily sensations (for example, your heart racing). External triggers are situations, people, or places that you might encounter throughout your day (or things that happen outside your body).


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