How to deal with PTSD nightmares

Dan slack has directed us to the following website at to see how this therapy helps you deal with PTSD nightmares. It also features related articles on who gets PTSD, how PTSD nightmares are different, how to deal with recurring PTSD nightmares, treatment for PTSD nightmares and finally a link to a PTSD manual. Ken Young has raised the question whether the sense of abandonment after you leave the military contributes to your PTSD symptoms. It’s certainly worth a discussion. All suggestions that help move you forward to recapturing your life again is worth the time and effort spent. BONNIE


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