How to have a relationship with someone with ptsd.



how to have a relationship with someone with ptsd

However, when dealing with PTSD, the definition of safety takes on a very different meaning.

how to have a relationship with someone with ptsd

I'm not advocating divorce though, sadly, that's sometimes the result.

how to have a relationship with someone with ptsd

They have too much adrenalin and it makes them less efficient, less effective, less able to control their behavior.

how to have a relationship with someone with ptsd

The wise wife of a Vietnam vet once gave me the same view and it literally changed how I reacted to my Vet.

how to have a relationship with someone with ptsd

Difficulty concentrating or focusing.

how to have a relationship with someone with ptsd

Survivors are not to blame for the crime committed to them by another person.

how to have a relationship with someone with ptsd

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how to have a relationship with someone with ptsd

Most law enforcement, child protection, etc.

how to have a relationship with someone with ptsd

This definition of safety is relative to a physical sense.

how to have a relationship with someone with ptsd

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Your friend or loved one may be embarrassed and inhibited.



You may be concerned that they will think badly of you, or that you might become upset when you talk to them.



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The male veteran with PTSD has a greater likelihood of being angry, aggressive, uncommunicative, secretly embarrassed and difficult to reach than the female with PTSD.



Your anger is going to be just as out-of-control and irrational as the vet's.