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PostPosted: 23 Jul 2014, 18:38 
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Bootes5714 wrote:
I had PTSD, and that does not have to be the result of being in a war. Natural disasters, riots, being the victim of a violent crime and other situations are very traumatizing to people psychologically. I had to overcome more than one traumatic situation on my own, which occurred when I was a child. If you have been in a traumatic situation with little or no support afterwards, you will have PTSD. It's as simple as that.


not quite. you should probably do some research before making sweeping statements. after being in a life or death situation, the chances of developing PTSD afterwards are about 1 in 3.

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Fonduman wrote:
Bootes5714 wrote:
I had PTSD, and that does not have to be the result of being in a war. Natural disasters, riots, being the victim of a violent crime and other situations are very traumatizing to people psychologically. I had to overcome more than one traumatic situation on my own, which occurred when I was a child. If you have been in a traumatic situation with little or no support afterwards, you will have PTSD. It's as simple as that.


not quite. you should probably do some research before making sweeping statements. after being in a life or death situation, the chances of developing PTSD afterwards are about 1 in 3.


Spoken like someone whose family has not been torn apart, more than once I dare say.


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Fonduman's head is rammed up ass. When you read his posts, bring up that mental image and the words coming out of his mouth (and thus through his anus as well) are much easier to understand.

I think some people can handle terrible situations, but too many or for too long and it becomes unbearable. I've had two near-death experiences and one experience which could have left me physically crippled for life, all at an early age, but I don't think any of those should have mattered. Soldiers who are in prolonged combat for too long will eventually break, even if nothing especially bad happens to them... it's not that they are doing something so horrible, it's that their mind is in constant alert mode for so long that it fucks with their senses, with lasting effects.

Going through school and nervous breakdowns basically every day, then going home to a rather shitty and broken environment, if that isn't PTSD then it has to be something. All that time, nothing ever improved, and I could only watch helplessly and everything turned to shit, and seeing the horrible and vicious people take everything and win every time, while the good people lost over and over again.

I've become a giant asshole and have no patience for the same shitheads who did what they did without a second thought. I can forgive some of those who were close to me and had to deal with at least some fallout from me, but the people who just casually made life a living hell for cheap amusement do not deserve a shred of mercy.

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It's seems a common theme that we all have messed up childhoods. I am new to the forum and it looks like I have found right place.

I've spent >£8K and lots of time trying to recover from childhood issues. I've come a long way but I am really struggling with trying to get a girlfriend and not sure if I can ever be in a relationship. I have a faulty belief system, my self image is distorted and I am emotionally ill.

I've got to the point where I am lonely and crave the love of a partner. I am contemplating going to see an escort or trying this surrogate partner therapy.


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