Proven Ways to Overcome Trauma

ptsd May 07, 2024

When you think about PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder), do you automatically assume it applies only to people in the military or first responders?

This is one of the most common misconceptions about PTSD.

In fact, PTSD affects an alarming 1 in 11 people, and they come from all walks of life.

Surprisingly, you don't have to experience a major trauma to feel the effects of PTSD. That's a misconception too.

For some people, it's a series of minor traumas that add to trouble. Others are at increased risk for PTSD due to co-existing mental health problems or substance misuse. Still others lack a good support system.

When someone is struggling with PTSD, even minor everyday occurrences can trigger symptoms. Getting cut off in traffic, hearing a siren, or a car backfire can cause unsettling memories to flood your mind.

To learn more of the common misconceptions about PTSD, in addition to how to heal from it, there is a course called Overcome, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma and Grief. Dr. Daniel Amen and Tana Amen spend nearly seven hours in this online course empowering you to turn your pain into purpose.

Go to Overcome Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, & Grief Course page to learn more about this powerful course that just might change your life.

Until next time...Take Care of You!


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