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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 with, often in silence.  Whether the disorder developed after a single traumatic event or is the consequence of several distressing life events, the results are the same: a debilitating mental illness that affects every aspect of life of the sufferer. 500 more words

Getting Teens Back To The Basics

Getting the right amount of sleep at night isn’t as easy as it sounds. This is especially true for those suffering from insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and other related issues. 299 more words

Treatment Of Insomnia

My Anxiety Journey

I hope that by sharing my ongoing journey I will help to raise awareness, assist people to understand what it is like to live with a mental health disorder or help someone find comfort in the fact they’re not alone. 766 more words

Mental Health

The delayed 'Trauma Drama' of heart disease

by Carolyn Thomas  ♥  @HeartSisters

Summer Ash is a self-professed space cadet. She’s an astrophysicist at Columbia University’s Department of Astronomy in New York City, where she serves as the Director of Outreach. 1,370 more words

Heart Disease And Mental Health Issues

Suicide: A Poem and Post

Depression, anxiety, PTSD, and other disorders. Let none rule your life and hold you down. Talk about your problems. We all live together, in one shape or form. 451 more words


falling out of love at this volume

My best friend/other half, S, spent a week and a half in San Francisco, coming back this past Tuesday. While she was gone, I was at the bar almost every night, catching up with other friends, and also grew closer to a new friend, K. 1,454 more words

Mental Health

PTSD: A Service Dog's Purpose

Taken from   KATU  which can be found  HERE. By visiting the link you can see an excellent three minute video about this article.

People who don’t appear disabled but walk with service dogs are people with invisible disabilities and depend on their animals. 322 more words