So many people only associate PTSD with combat soldiers, and those who have dealt with domestic violence know what it is like to fight a constant war at home.

So many people only associate PTSD with combat soldiers, and those who have dealt with domestic violence know what it is like to fight a constant war at home. PTSD is a response to trauma, just as bleeding is a response to cutting your finger. Unfortunately, no bandage is big enough to cover up PTSD, and healing is an intense and long process.

So many people only associate PTSD with combat soldiers, and those who have dealt with domestic violence know what it is like to fight a constant war at home.

The What and How of PTSD

PTSD Is a Normal Response to Trauma

Your Brain on PTSD

11 Things People With PTSD Want You To Know

An Introduction to PTSD and Toxic Relationships

Been Traumatized? Here’s How PTSD Rewires the Brain

Developmental Trauma

Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD)

This Is Your Brain on Trauma


So many people only associate PTSD with combat soldiers, and those who have dealt with domestic violence know what it is like to fight a constant war at home.

Experiencing PTSD

How Narcissistic Parents Destroy the Soul

CPTSD & the Waves of Utter Despair

How Stress Becomes Fear and Anxiety


So many people only associate PTSD with combat soldiers, and those who have dealt with domestic violence know what it is like to fight a constant war at home.

Coping With PTSD

Demystifying the Idea of Balance for People Living with PTSD

Coping with Traumatic Stress Reactions

Rewriting PTSD Triggers

PTSD Symptoms, Self-Help, and Treatment: Overcoming Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Moving on with Your Life

10 Tips For Supporting Someone With PTSD

Healthy Ways to Deal with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

“Stop, Drop, and Roll” Practical Strategies to Deal With PTSD

PTSD: National Center for PTSD – Self-Help and Coping

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Having gained experience while working for a variety of European non-profits, I am proud to now work with SwanWaters. My connection with the website is not only professional. I am glad to tap into my personal experiences to help those who are living in toxic relationships whether with parents, partners or in their professional life. We need to make the world more aware of the devastating effects of emotional abuse and help more people on their way to heal and thrive.
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