Breaking Up With My PTSD
My almost life-long companion and I are actually breaking up. I should be more specific. What I’m breaking up with is more exactly known as C-PTSD, a form of PTSD. I think we’re in the final stages of our separation. It’s been a long and drawn-out breakup because that’s how it goes with C-PTSD. Once you get to know it well, you practice breaking up with it every day. Some days require more sorting out and negotiation than others.
Behavioral Health - Minding Stress on the Job
From the end of 2001 through 2004, more than 2,000 FDNY-related people were seen for public education and individual and group counseling.
Our research found that, in addition to exposures related to 9/11, participants experienced an average of four or five prior potentially traumatic stressors.
Emergency Preparedness: Wireless Tips to Help You Stay Connected
Any time of year can bring unexpected weather. At best, those events inconvenience citizens and at worst, they can become life-threatening situations.