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Sharing – Trauma Is Not a One-Size-Fits-All

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As many of you know, we spent much of 2019 grieving. Then, we spent most of 2020, and the early parts of 2021 dealing with a global pandemic. Now that I have been vaccinated, I am also realizing just how much PTSD I’m dealing with. As I have read a few times in the last couple of weeks about others, I am now in a situation where I should feel pretty safe, but I don’t. I’ve spent 2 years waiting for someone else I know to die, and then doing my best to not be near anyone. I can’t just turn that off now that I have been vaccinated. I still get extremely anxious when I have to be somewhere. I still pay very, very careful attention to anyone around me when I’m in public, and just generally spend that time being on edge, constantly. It’s exhausting. It makes me want to stay home, and avoid people. My being vaccinated didn’t change that at all.… Read More

Shared Links (weekly) Nov. 1, 2020

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The Most Common PTSD Myths and Symptoms, and How to Cope
Bravery — Margaret Hoelzer
Best Therapists to Follow on TikTok
Mental Health Resources for Black Americans
Young people using technology to detect worsening mental health
QAnon hurts real trafficking victims: The conspiracy theory is dangerous because it obscures the real threat
Why Friendships Are Good For Us
Male Sexual Abuse and Assault – Ken Clearwater’s Story
Podcast: Value of Personal Mental Illness Stories… Read More

Links I’m Sharing (weekly) Sept. 13, 2020

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What is PTSD?

What It’s Like to Live with Suicidal Ideation

Loneliness and suicide: what’s the link and what role does depression play?

5 Steps to Help Someone Who is Suicidal

‘We Are Therapists. After 6 Months of Lockdown, We’re Almost at Breaking Point’

Accepting Limitations in Mental Health Recovery

How Does Racism Affect Black Mental Health?… Read More

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