Posted on August 14, 2020 by admin in PTSD Blog, trauma.
by Wanda Sanchez, PTSDPerspectives.org I circled the date on my calendar in red and gulped. I really didn’t want to do this but I’d canceled once already and knew I needed to make this appointment. Again. Ugh. I closed my eyes as my constant companion for the past 30 years of my life, nausea, barreled […]
Posted on February 16, 2015 by admin in PTSD Blog.
A cancer diagnosis can trigger fear. I know this personally because just two months ago, doctors found a lesion in my brain stem, and my initial diagnosis was a brain tumor that was believed to be cancer. Three out of four people process a cancer diagnosis without long-term effects that leave them feeling totally overwhelmed. […]