by Wanda Sanchez, PTSD/Trauma Consultant A few weeks ago I was going about my day, getting ready for a business lunch meeting. Showered, shampooed and shined, I was applying my makeup in my big, round, brightly lit make-up mirror, when seemingly out of nowhere, there it was. THAT thought. And then the NEXT one. The thoughts inside my […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A good friend of mine with post-traumatic stress disorder finds it stressful to ride in the back seat of a car. She stresses about the dangers that exist and envisions fatalistic scenes. Before treatment, worry could paralyze her. People who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder often suffer from debilitating worry–not because they enjoy worrying about […]Continue Reading... No Comments.