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Time to Say Goodbye to Trauma! A PTSD Blog

Time to Say Goodbye to Trauma! A PTSD Blog

Writing about posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has been a wonderful experience for me, but the time has come for me to say goodbye to Trauma! A PTSD Blog. I believe that people, things, and opportunities come into our lives for a reason and that sometimes, once we have learned what we need to from them, it is time to move on. This blog has done that for me and I hope that along the way I have helped others who suffer from PTSD.

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Introduction to Tia Hollowood, Author of ‘Trauma! A PTSD Blog’

Introduction to Tia Hollowood, Author of ‘Trauma! A PTSD Blog’

Hi, my name is Tia Hollowood, and I am pleased to be joining the HealthyPlace blogging community as a writer for Trauma! A PTSD Blog. My trauma started early on in life, but now I can say I’m in PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder) recovery and I believe that sharing our experiences can help us all (Telling Your Trauma Story: Why You Really Should).

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Saying Goodbye As Part of PTSD Recovery

Saying Goodbye As Part of PTSD Recovery

Sometimes saying goodbye is a part of posttraumatic stress disorder recovery. A good friend used to end his emails with, “Nothing lasts. Everything changes.” That has proven true in my recovery from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). I will be headed in one direction, and then life will take an unexpected turn. Sometimes, saying goodbye must be a part of PTSD recovery.

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About Jami DeLoe, Author of ‘Trauma! A PTSD Blog’

About Jami DeLoe, Author of ‘Trauma! A PTSD Blog’

Hi, my name is Jami DeLoe and I am thrilled to be joining the HealthyPlace.com blogging community as a writer for Trauma! A PTSD Blog. I was diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) about four years ago, after suffering with it for well over 20 years. Read on to learn more about my journey with PTSD.

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Growth in PTSD Recovery — Goodbye to "Trauma! A PTSD Blog"

Growth in PTSD Recovery — Goodbye to "Trauma! A PTSD Blog"

Three years ago this month I joined the HealthyPlace blogging team by creating this blog. I did so because I wanted to write about symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and what it takes to heal. This was a personal mission: I am a PTSD survivor who struggled for almost 30 years before launching a healing rampage that led me to freedom. And now, while I’m sad to do it, I must say goodbye to Trauma! A PTSD Blog.

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Introduction to Dan Hays, Author of "Trauma! A PTSD Blog"

Introduction to Dan Hays, Author of "Trauma! A PTSD Blog"

Hi, I’m Dan Hays, and I’m honored to be joining the HealthyPlace team as a writer for Trauma! A PTSD Blog. I’m a posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) survivor and author.

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About Tom Cloyd, MS, MA – Author of Trauma! A PTSD Blog

About Tom Cloyd, MS, MA – Author of Trauma! A PTSD Blog

In writing and speaking about psychological trauma, I am most often reacting to an ongoing perception that few people really “get it” – about many aspects of this whole class of mental disorders. This multidimensional misunderstanding is seen in many ways:

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About Michele Rosenthal, Author of Trauma! A PTSD Blog

About Michele Rosenthal, Author of Trauma! A PTSD Blog

When I was thirteen, I survived an illness so rare none of my New York City doctors had ever seen a case. An allergic reaction to a medication brought on a case of Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis Syndrome, which turned me into a full-body burn patient almost overnight. By the time I was released from the hospital, I had lost 100% of my epidermis.

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