Helping Partner With PTSD In Charlotte. A 'partner' is a person who sits outside of your day to day battle. It should be someone you trust, someone who is for you, someone who 'sees' the person you are trying to be and not the person you occasionally are.
I wrote this piece of poetry after touring with a documentary on human trafficking that featured my story called, Stopping Traffic. At every show, I was confronted with questions bordering on accusations that sexual abuse and rape and human trafficking doesn't happen to boys and men in places like Charlotte.
One of the primary reasons my first marriage broke down and why my second marriage is so successful, is NOT because I have fully recovered from PTSD, but because of how Melissa and I dealt with it as a couple. This is very important for PTSD caregivers in Charlotte to know.
In our book #dealwithit - living well with PTSD, my wife Melissa talks about what she does to help me when various things trigger me, basically, how do people in Charlotte deal With PTSD Triggers.
PTSD Affects More Than Just Veterans In The United States. The truth is we have to allow our brothers and sisters who are dealing with the effects of traumatic stress to get it off their shoulders. If we want to prevent issues we must become our brother’s keepers in a sense. Something as simple as a platform to speak freely goes a long way when it comes to preventing the very worst-case scenarios associated with traumatic stress. The truth is our military and law enforcement professionals are not the only ones dealing with traumatic stress in its various forms. Until the truth of this matter is made known a false narrative will be the voice of authority for this concern.
I think “#dealwithit - living well with PTSD" is a book for anyone who has lost it all. If you have been shot at, faced with sudden loss, blown up, screwed over (or in my case, screwed), this book is for you. I like to think of it as duct tape for the soul.” —Dr. John A. King
Charlotte: I think “#dealwithit - living well with PTSD" is a book for anyone who has lost it all. If you have been shot at, faced with sudden loss, blown up, screwed over (or in my case, screwed), this book is for you. I like to think of it as duct tape for the soul.” —Dr. John A. King
Charlotte Trump’s complete response focused largely on committing to an increase in veterans’ services, not on deriding disabled veterans. He indeed flattered “folks in this room” for being “strong,” but he also expressed empathy at length for those military people that suffer from PTSD.
Charlotte, somedays the only thing you can do is the best thing you can do...just breathe.