I am a wife, blogger, freelance marketing extraordinaire, and a mother of two very energetic children. I have a Bachelor’s of Science degree focusing on Communications. Most importantly, my husband suffers from CPTSD and I have Vicarious PTSD. But PTSD no longer controls our lives. In fact, PTSD doesn’t define you, it’s just a small piece to your amazing life.
CPTSD, PTSD Support: What’s So Different About This Blog?
Everything! I write about real life PTSD events and don’t hold back. Another benefit to reading this unique blog is that I write about what I’ve learned over the last two years from numerous medical professionals. These details are shared from a loving wife’s perspective. Essentially, from someone who also faces PTSD. And, the best part about my blog is that it will inspire and restore hope for you and your loved ones. Visit the menu at the top of this page and explore a little. There’s something for everyone, whether it be a PTSD survivor, their spouse, children, or family and friends. Share your favorite posts with those who don’t quite grasp PTSD and what you are going through.
Other blogs and websites that you are scouring through typically focus on the negatives stemming from the affects of PTSD. Or, the information you find is from a medical and scientific context. Don’t get me wrong, there’s definitely a need for these resources, but the content can be confusing and hard to understand. I spent countless hours over the last two years trying to find answers and hope online, just like you are now. My site will give you many answers and solutions to your most challenging issues.
Complex PTSD Support, Recovery, And Remission
With your free newsletter you will receive one weekly email that includes my latest publication, education on CPTSD and PTSD, and healthy tips to reduce your stress and anxiety. I write twice a week and send my newsletter out on Tuesdays or Wednesdays, depending on what takes place with PTSD in my home. What you won’t get with your subscription is an inbox full of spam (don’t worry, I don’t like junk mail either)!
PTSD Support: Whats Most Important
- PTSD Support – Best practices to keep your marriage and family stronger than ever. Stress Disorder
- PTSD Recovery – The story of my husband’s PTSD from the onset of symptoms to his actual diagnosis. Then what’s happened from diagnosis to today’s experiences.
- PTSD Remission – What remission and recovery looks like and how we worked to get to this point in our journey. You too can have full remission of your PTSD symptoms and enjoy life in recovery.
Visit the different categories listed above to find specific content that meets your immediate needs. Then browse around and find out other things that you want to know regarding PTSD Support, Recovery, and Remission.
PTSDWifey Goes Non-Profit
One thing that I’ve noticed ever since my husband received his diagnosis is that there is an urgent need for families facing PTSD & CPTSD! Essentially, I want to bridge the gap between these individuals and families who need medical care, financial assistance, and Therapy by providing them resources and funding.
Right now I am in the early stages for filing as a Non-profit and taking care of all the legal stuff. Come back and visit often for updates along the way. Please click on over to my “PTSD Outreach Initiative to learn more about my goals for helping others. Your support and kindness means a lot to me.
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