I’ve had one Hell of a day, and I’m not exaggerating with the “Hell.”
I’m super tempted to blog about it, but I feel that if I do it will be a self fulfilling prophecy. 174 more words
VANCOUVER — Natalie Harris was afraid to fall asleep.
As a young paramedic in Barrie, Ont., Harris went to bed dreading her next nightmare. Nearly every night, she bolted upright screaming and drenched in sweat. 817 more words
For those of you who have followed me through these early posts, hi and thank you. Here I will share with you what life looks like a year after my accident both in terms of what is left of the symptoms of PTSD but more importantly, what life looks like a year on. 3,765 more words
“…kind of like my nightmares: they may not have been real, but they were the truth.”
It’s pretty obvious from the current media coverage that we know about as much about PTSD in popular culture today as we did about medicine 150 years ago. 551 more words