Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

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Finding the Right Level of Self-Care with PTSD | The right level of self-care with PTSD can be a balancing act between making excuses and doing too much. Here are ideas on how to approach self-care decisions. www.HealthyPlace.com

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Five ways to cope with PTSD

Five ways to cope with PTSD

PTSD linked to changes in gut bacteria

PTSD linked to changes in gut bacteria

PTSD in children quickly and effectively treatable within hours

Children and adolescents with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can be successfully treated with only a few hours of EMDR or cognitive behavioral writing therapy (CBWT). This is the finding of a new research paper by the .

The 105 questions that could predict PTSD risk

The 105 questions that could predict PTSD risk

How to Prevent Trauma from Becoming PTSD

How to Prevent Trauma from Becoming PTSD

11 Things Every Mom With PTSD Wants You To Know

11 Things Every Mom With PTSD Wants You To Know

I have post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and while that doesn't mean I'm exactly the same as every other person who shares my diagnoses, it does mean I can understand them (and they can understand me) the way people without PTSD simply can't.

How to cope with 5 of the most common symptoms of PTSD

The symptoms of PTSD vary from person to person, but there are a few that are reported by a high number of sufferers

To Improve Awareness, We Must Call PTSD What It Is: A Disorder

To Improve Awareness, We Must Call PTSD What It Is: A Disorder

To Improve Awareness, We Must Call PTSD What It Is: A Disorder: Words matter, no matter how painful or uncomfortable

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