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Spot on…….. i’ve suffered ptsd for 2 decades or more and went on to experience several traumas throughout that time, which i didn’t consider to be trauma’s at the time. My Psych tells me they were all very extreme traumas and not normal at all. Because i was so young it programmed my brain to ALWAYS have my guard up. Even when i’m ”tired” and exhausted, it never goes down, because my brain doesn’t know any better. It’s never known normality and when it does encounter what most would call ”normal” i cannot deal with it and it scares me. I would like my first aim to be ”to be able to tell people what happened with emotion, instead of telling people what happened as if i was a news reporter talking about somebody else”
I want to learn how to be able to cry infront of somebody.
Thanks so much for sharing. It must be extremely tough.
In my journey, it took me 30 years to have the courage to cry in front of people. From my old perspective, I used to think that I was weak if I did that. So I trained myself to be an emotional Rock of Gibraltar. This is one of the reasons I developed PTSD.
For the courage you’ve shown in sharing I’d like to offer you a free subscription to the E-Course my wife and I put together, Emotional Connections. I send the details through to your email address.
Much Love, James
Thank you so much for this video, I’ve sent it to everyone I love so they can get a semi better understanding. I know they often feel helpless in those moments and hopefully they will watch this video and research so they better understand my PTSD and extreme anxiety.
Yes I’m in therapy but its every other week and at the extreme I feel I wish it were daily. I truly need all the help i can get as I have and 1 1/2 yr old toddler who I DO NOT want to remember me this way.
Thank you…truly and from the bottom of my heart, thank you. <3
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