If you want to permanently heal from the impact of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in your life, you have to be willing to make changes. Learn what routines and changes I made in my life to reach my Healing Mindset.

To everyone battling the monster of PTSD, this is your time to break free and reclaim your life! The only way to BeatPTSD™ is to change your perception about it.

Reading this book and thinking about healing in a creative way is a great start!

You must first change your mindset around the topic of PTSD. When you see healing progress, don’t be scared of it and don’t stop there.

You should treat PTSD and the accompanying symptoms like a great friend. Be comfortable around it, talk openly and honestly about it, and allow it to flow in and out of your life.

If you look at PTSD like it’s the enemy, then it will only show up that way in your life and you will always resist change and affect progress.

Think about it differently, open your mind to it, and allow it to flow in so that it can flow out without affecting you.
So many people with PTSD say they want to have regular days, or they are frustrated they don’t have enough of them, but do you actually know how much you want to heal?

Most people say they just want “to heal.” They don’t say “I want to stop being hypervigilant within a month.”

You must be specific with how much you want to progress and by when if you want to set yourself up to win.

You’re going to start to measure and get very clear on your Healing Mindset.

The primary difference between people who are barely managing symptoms related to their PTSD diagnosis, narrowly getting by each day with the help of one or several biological medicines and [maybe] therapy, and those who heal permanently from the disorder is rooted in knowledge and control.

PTSD changes the brain’s chemistry, and the symptoms that develop make the person oversensitive and overreactive to the world. While the world cannot be changed, anyone can change the way they react to the world, even if they are suffering with PTSD. It is particularly important for PTSD sufferers to counter this over-reactivity and lack of control. This can be achieved with a plan of action that includes crucial elements that will help you regain control of your life.