You ever find yourself in a relationship so mind-bending that you begin to question not just their sanity, but your own? Hey there, I'm the proud card-carrying member of the
I sat in front of the computer trying to come up with the most comprehensive title for this piece. I came up with ideas such as "Hot Flashes & Flashbacks:
Hey there, PTSD warriors! It's been a minute, but I am finally getting back into the bandwagon of writing, and it feels so good. Let's talk intrusive thoughts. You know
I never told anyone I suffered repeated traumatic experiences that left my mind and soul shattered and ravaged my life for years. Only those close to me knew it. Some accepted it, some labeled me, others treated me as a broken pawn.
Back in the early nineties I met a man. He was a tall, handsome, and well-educated man with stunning big blue eyes. He had long curly eyelashes that perfectly contrasted with
[bctt tweet="Sometimes you have to stop fighting who you are and roll the ball of self-discovery, even if it’s paved with painful thorns." username="@DianaHelps"] I avoided mine for a long time,
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Living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): A Tiny Guide for the Clueless Living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is an endless challenge, one that millions of people are suffering