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13 Replies to “Guest post #3: Facing Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder”
Thank you! 🙂 I loved reading this.
Thank you so much for the opportunity Lauren! 🙂 Im glad you enjoyed reading it:) x
I did! I’m sure a lot of people will find it inspirational, I shared it on my social media too so you’ll probably see a boost in your stats too (that’s always a bonus!)
Awesome! thanks Lauren! looking great so far. I’d feel great even if it touched just one person;)
I was so proud to post this on my blog! Thank you so much. I’m sure it touched a lot more than one.
This is brilliantly written. As someone who has also been diagnosed with Complex PTSD, I can relate to every word.
Many thanks Linda:) I feel good to know that you were able to identify with it–not glad that you have C-PTSD! but just glad that I’ve managed to make sense of it so it’s relatable:)
You did a brilliant job explaining it. 🙂
Thank you Linda! 🙂 at least that gives me some hope that I am finally starting to understand it myself!
I suffer chronic pain,depression, M.E.,etc, your words are helpful, Alisha . Best wishes, M.Y S x
I’m so sorry to hear M. I’m really glad you stopped by – thank you that’s encouraging. Take good care x