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Quote on abuse: "There are many who don't wish to sleep for fear of nightmares. Sadly, there are many who don't wish to wake for the same fear."


I was diagnosed with PTSD roughly a year ago, and it s been over 8 years since the trauma. I kinda feel like I should be over it by now, but hopefully I ll learn to cope with it soon through my therapy and TFCBT. Now, I wont go too heavily into details here, but I was repeatedly sexually assaulted and raped over the course of about a year, and it s really negatively impacting my life. I have constant nightmares, struggle with flashbacks, and diss

Quote on depression: It was almost like a reverse nightmare, like when you wake up from a nightmare you're so relieved. Iwoke up in to a nightmare.


Hi, I m new. I had my first emotional flashback at 21 but went through phases where I didn t suffer with CPTSD symptoms consistently. In fact it took me until the last few years to acknowledge I had CPTSD, my husband identified I was experiencing was flashbacks years ago, but they started out as emotional flashbacks and I didn t know what they were, and didn t want to accept it. I am to the point where I am withdrawing and feel like I am running

No one can understand what you have lived in unless they have experienced it. One face in public and another within the home. This is common for the narcissist/sociopath.


You gave me panic attacks. ...and I called it love. Being in love with a narcissist creates a lot of emotional unrest. In fact, after prolonged exposure to the emotional trauma caused by living with a narcissist, not only are panic attacks possible- but they are damaging and narcissistic abuse can cause PTSD.


Is Khloe Kardashian still not over Lamar Odom? Star shares emotional message about losing someone

What was it like to lose him? It was the worst nightmare I could ever imagine and it continues with every breath I take.