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Hypervigilance Symptoms

Hypervigilance symptoms are easily identifiable, and they are actually the manifestations of what is known as post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

So as I was saying, hypervigilance symptoms are one of the manifestations of the disorder known as post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). 776 more words

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CDR: Password/PIN Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Password/PIN Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) may develop after a person is exposed to one or more major stresses due to traumatic internet denial encounters, customer service insults to their intelligence, cyber terror lockouts or physical hardware abuse malfunctions when attempting to login to an email account, social networking profile, on-line banking service, on-line retail store, stock trading account, music/video/ebook streaming service, blog, HealthCare.gov, or any information, entertainment, news or pornography site. 267 more words

Citizen's Desk Reference

Why Do We Not Care For Our Soldiers?

I was to say the least shocked when I read a report that more UK soldiers and veterans have died after returning home than are killed in Afghanistan. 642 more words


 What is Memorial Day all about?

My father-in-law (Air Force), my son (ARMY) and my dad (USMC) all served overseas. They made it back safely, but many others did not. Memorial Day is about honoring those fallen soldiers who lost their lives in service to our country. 299 more words

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Iron Man 3 Review

Iron Man 3 couldn’t have come out at a more perfect time. My flatmates birthday was a few days later and he adores Iron Man and everything that the franchise entails.  321 more words



I was in my mid-sixties when a therapist first suggested that I was suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. My response was, “No. Impossible.”

Dr. B. 617 more words

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Tomgram: Jeremiah Goulka, Shell Shock Lite> It Doesn't Take Much> On Almost Getting PTSD in Iraq

Tomgram: Jeremiah Goulka, Shell Shock Lite

“I was one nightmare short of PTSD.”

Posted by Jeremiah Goulka April 16, 2013  TomDispatch.com

“Shell shock,” the psychological scourge of World War I, occurred after “a man has been buried, lifted, or otherwise subjected to the physical effects of a bursting shell or other similar explosive.”  So wrote Charles Myers, an officer in the British army’s medical corps, in his 1940 book,  819 more words

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