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6 Things we discovered from Dating Someone with PTSD

One tutorial: taking care of your self is really important.

We choose to be — and sharing compelling experiences can frame the way we treat each other, for the better how we see the world shapes who. This might be a perspective that is powerful.

There’s nothing that may cause you to feel as powerless as coping with somebody with post-traumatic anxiety condition (PTSD).

For 3 years, I became in a relationship with a person whom experienced PTSD symptoms daily. My ex, D., had been a decorated combat veteran whom served in Afghanistan three times. The cost it took in their soul was heartbreaking.

Their flashbacks and goals of he was driven by the past become hypervigilant, fear strangers, and fend down rest to prevent nightmares.

Being the partner of somebody who’s got PTSD can be challenging aggravating and — for a lot of reasons. You intend to just take away their discomfort, but you’re also working with your personal guilt at having to take care of your self, too.

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