Benbrook BE HIS WIFE NOT HIS PTSD CAREGIVER

Benbrook, when a man’s your wife becomes his ‘caregiver,’ the natural order of marriage is destroyed. If a woman acts like your mother, it is impossible to be intimate with her.

Benbrook: What is the difference between CPTSD and PTSD?

Benbrook do you know the between #CPTSD and #PTSD?

It is not as complicated as people make out. Benbrook, I talk about how to live and thrive with them in my book #dealwithit- living well with PTSD. Get it today ! (Pssst – use the code ‘s2s’ to get a 20% discount – covers the shipping most of the time.)

Post Traumatic Growth or Strength: Hope for PTSD Survivors in Benbrook

To rise to a higher level of functioning in the face of these circumstances, we have to learn to adapt. We have to adjust to the new way that we see and interpret the world around us in Benbrook. The Post Traumatic Strength that arises because of our PTG involves “life-changing” psychological shifts in thinking and relating to the world.

Benbrook: The Best Complex PTSD Recovery Book Of All Time

Benbrook I think “#dealwithit – living well with PTSD” is the best Complex PTSD Recovery book of all time. It 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

Benbrook: The Best PTSD Recovery Book Of All Time

Benbrook I think “#dealwithit – living well with PTSD” is the best PTSD Recovery book of all time. It 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

Benbrook: I’m baaaaack! Let’s get talking about living well with PTSD when starting your new job!

PTSD or CPTSD, it’s going to be the same for all us SURVIVORS. When you finally find a new job to give a part of your wonderful self to it’s going to be very hard not to overcompensate for the existence of the not-so-wonderful elements of your ‘Self’. Putting yourself into the highest gear you can physically tolerate to drive in the opposite direction of living with your PTSD will only cause your nervous system to splutter and come to a stop. Benbrook