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The mattress I ordered for my new apartment (and that my generous little sister bought for me) hit the front porch today. The only thing I got ahead of time, so that I’d have a place to sleep the first night. 177 more words



So my favorite author had a book come out yesterday, and I pre-ordered it on Amazon, but I can’t wait for it to come in the mail, so I went to my local Target, and they had it! 94 more words

Complex PTSD

Nov 25 Being Vulnerable

Dear Geri,

I’ve been doing CBT and I think it has been way more helpful than anything else I have tried. It’s so much nicer knowing why I act the way I do and being able to link everything back to my core beliefs. 445 more words

A thank you

I would like to start this post by saying thank you to everyone that took the time to read and listen to the NPR story concerning me, as well as the comments written on that story. 151 more words

A Light On PTSD

Trying without a video this time

I’ve had this picture setting on my book shelf since probably September. That’s how long I’ve thought about trying to paint it. Hoping it turns out when I do the cat. 37 more words

Complex PTSD

Violence in the Emergency Department is on the Rise: We Need a Better Plan for the Emergency Treatment of the Mentally Challenged

ER Nurse Recounts Being ‘Slapped, Pinched, Spat On’ By Patients

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — As an emergency room nurse, Elizabeth Hawkins has seen it all. 389 more words


Paramedics & PTSD: You Need a Louder Voice

PTSD is making the news almost daily now, which means the campaigns to bring greater attention to the plight of those suffering is gaining ground. Many myths are being shattered and a lot of research is being unearthed. 1,177 more words