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How to Undertand Someone with PTSD

Knowing how to understand a loved one who is suffering from PTSD can be difficult. An article on lists 10 ways to help understand someone with PTSD. The first tip the article lists is having knowledge about the symptoms, the process of a trigger, or even how PTSD effects your loved ones psychologically. Being able to identify a trigger will help you be more aware, therefore more able to help your loved ones. 

How to Deal With PTSD Without Using Pharmaceuticals

PTSD can feel nearly impossible to deal with sometimes. That is why it is important to know of ways to calm yourself down when you find yourself in a stressful situation that is making your PTSD worse. Sezin Koehler wrote an article  on that discusses her experience with PTSD, and the different tools that she uses to keep her stress levels down. Sezin's first suggestion is to try and avoid stressful situations. She further explains that if a stressful situation is unavoidable, it can help to have something with you at all times that can help keep you calm. One thing she keeps with her are essential oils.

How to Help Your Loved Ones Suffering From PTSD

In order to help Someone who suffers from PTSD, you need to understand what PTSD is. It is also important to make sure to not take their behavior personally

The Benefits of Therapy for People Suffering From PTSD

Many people who suffer from PTSD do not take advantage of the services that are offered to them. Sometimes it is because they are embarrassed to go to therapy, or they are ashamed of their symptoms. Others want to spend as much time with there families as possible, since they have been away from them for long periods of time. They would rather be with their families than take time for themselves to go to therapy.  

11 Things People with PTSD Want You to Know

PTSD, post-traumatic stress disorder, is a mental disorder that many people of heard of but they don't know all of the facts. People who have PTSD have gone through situations that others haven't, and those situations are usually traumatic. Lindsay Holmes, a contributor writer for the Huffington Post, said there are a few things that people should know about PTSD.