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My content can be triggering for some people, so please be aware of it when you enter into this space. That is why most posts are for followers-only.

I also want to apologize for those requests I sent to private accounts. I was so eager to make this account visible, that I sent requests when they were not welcome. I feel really terrible for it (and I will feel better after some hours).

In this line, please be nice! Notice that I am still struggling with , , , , etc

Consider unfollowing that person that always leaves you feeling worse about things.

Remember, it's okay to turn off the news for a bit.

@paulfree14 This is what I found with a quick search. They are academic papers showing specific research.

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3. The long-term costs of traumatic stress: intertwined physical and psychological consequences. pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/201481

4. The Delayed and Cumulative Consequences of Traumatic Stress: Challenges and Issues in Compensation Settings link.springer.com/article/10.1 (unsure whether this is the same as 3, cause it is from the same author, same year)

5. Occurrence of delayed-onset post-traumatic stress disorder: a systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective studies pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/245992

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Last Research found in Delayed- Onset PTSD:

1. Emergence of Delayed Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms Related to Sexual Trauma: Patient-Centered and Trauma-Cognizant Management by Physical Therapists. "The patient's PTSD symptoms emerged after 10 weeks of physical therapy." academic.oup.com/ptj/article/9

2. Delayed-Onset Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Systematic Review of the Evidence ajp.psychiatryonline.org/doi/f

emotional flashbacks get me so foggy. i just wasted 1h dealing with a lot of thoughts to justify my feeling of guilt. but no justification to that feeling, it is just a flashback. such an annoying thing

Love the cute server I belong to.

Love to see your posts, people!

And it has mental health on it. How cool is that. I love it. 😍

having a person paying you full attention for enough time is such a gift ❤️

pitty is different to compassion

pitty makes people avoid you and delays recovery
compassion makes people approach you and speeds recovery

if you care for someone struggling, you would like them to be better asap. then, your level of compassion may help!!

wish you a lovely week!! 😘

Do not dare to let your story define you!! Do not dare!! You will persevere!

PS: Be kind while you are healing 😘

To those of you strugging with mental health, I want to wish you a very very lovely week!!

One step at a time 😘

My content can be triggering for some people, so please be aware of it when you enter into this space. That is why most posts are for followers-only.

I also want to apologize for those requests I sent to private accounts. I was so eager to make this account visible, that I sent requests when they were not welcome. I feel really terrible for it (and I will feel better after some hours).

In this line, please be nice! Notice that I am still struggling with , , , , etc

The Human Stress Response (What Are Triggers?)

talks about how your brain responds to trauma (yay polyvagal theory!), where triggers come from, and has some validation about how trauma happening to you isn't your fault

resources are also at the bottom to learn more

some content may be triggering.

#PTSD #trauma #MentalHealth

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