Thursday, June 9, 2011
2 Tips for Overcoming PTSD
Want to eliminate PTSD symptoms?
Post-traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD) cannot be ignored. Millions of people work around with the aftereffects of abuse, catastrophic events, combat, and trauma. And survivors believe they can do nothing about them. But it takes more than just a wish to get rid of them. Just ignoring them will not make them disappear either.
PTSD is real and a silent epidemic in a modern society ravaged by wars.
How to heal successfully from PTSD is to face its symptoms. Don't be afraid and find a way to covert your survival experience to positive.
Respond to your PTSD symptoms by viewing them as a recording of an event that "happened, but not now happening." Is that possible? Will that help me to make closure?
One significant way of taking away the power and overwhelming influence of PTSD symptoms is to change your mindset toward them. Shift your attitude of PTSD from negative to positive. Positiveness can be found in the worse of situations. Start with being grateful you are alive and the natural strength that got you through it all.
2 Tips on Overcoming PTSD
What you are experiencing is a healthy mind, body and spirit response to experiencing life-threatening situations.
Post-traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD) is an innate gift and a natural defense mechanism. Nothing to be afraid of.
View a flashback as a blessing and learn a skill that will help you to dissipate the intensity, making an emotional closure, eliminate the connected emotional charge, facilitate mental order and move it to proper storage.
No athletic ever won a gold medal without gaining more skills.
Faith in the strength that you display to survive the traumatic event will help you to overcome the symptoms.
As long as you acquire a new skill and work your faith, you will be successful. Remember recovery from PTSD symptoms is long distances run not a sprint. There is a proven skill that will stop re-experiencing.
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