Do I have PTSD?
There comes a point– when your symptoms persist– to ask yourself; “do I have PTSD?”
Post-Traumatic Stress is anything that leaves emotional residue in your body and mind and, therefore, interferes with normal daily functioning.
This is either caused by an incidental-shock trauma or could develop over time, as in developmental issues of neglect, abuse or misattunement. It can even be a combination of both!
Do I have Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and What is Involved?
Your PTSD can have different levels of intensity depending on the state of mind you were in when exposed to the trauma, how you reacted to it, and the support or lack of support you subsequently experienced.
In other words, PTSD is a severe form of Post-Traumatic Stress with acute symptoms and is often accompanied by an inability to have a normal, routine life.
Other diagnoses such as depression, bipolar disorder, fatigue syndrome, multiple sclerosis, anxiety disorders, fibromyalgia, and many others, are most often symptoms of PTSD.
Do you have PTSD or Complex PTSD and struggle with hypervigilance, anxiety and depression? Would you want to have more resilience, so you can live a normal life without feeling further overwhelmed? Let’s get started right here →
What Encompasses; “Do I Have PTSD”
Your Post-Traumatic Stress can be intense or mildly disruptive. The resources I provide, above all, are aimed at deepening your learning about PTSD.
PTSD is pervasive and affects a large part of our population.
You may have found me because you suffer from PTSD, which was set off by sexual violence, accident, loss, surgery or ritual abuse. Perhaps you are troubled by an early life history of neglect, abuse, or chaos. For example, you might have PTSD from growing up with an alcoholic or depressive parent or were an unwanted child. Additionally, it could be from being witness to a divorce of your parents while young, if you compared yourself or were incessantly compared to others, if you experienced an early life-threatening disease, or other prolonged periods of stress.
Lastly, you could have issues around anger, anxiety, self-worth, depression, relationship and healthy attachment, burnout, or dealing with a midlife crisis. Therefore, this information is for you!
In conclusion, when you ask yourself; “do I have PTSD?” What is your answer? Leave your comments below.