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We remember trauma less in words and more with our feelings and our bodies.

Fight or Flight Response --- Sympathetic vs. Parasympathetic Nervous Systems --- How the nervous system helps us defend ourselves.

This chart is a collection of measurable factors contributing to PTSD, but could be used to counsel a variety of different patients.

'People can and do recover from trauma'. How to Manage Trauma infographic. [thenationalcounci...]

PTSD is a Normal Reaction to Extreme Trauma(Fragmented Soul, Soul-loss)

Such extraordinarily clear and concise words about what "recovery" from the challenges of mental illness entails. Still too sad that I feel it so very necessary to post this for the sole reason of the misinformation that is still so pervasive in our global society and in our own backyards regarding the nature of mental illness.

Experiences from the earliest days of childhood play an important role in shaping the brain’s development. Sadly, traumatic episodes leave the deepest impressions, manifesting themselves in adulthood in health issues ranging from increased stress to substance abuse. Learn more about the lasting impact of childhood trauma on chronic adult disorders.

Know the symptoms of PTSD...close to home, my Daddy ♥ has PTSD.