I have worn a dress and a bikini on a trip to New Zealand in 2016.
I wore the dress to the wedding reception in Wellington and to the birth of my first child.
But the day after my wedding, my body didn’t feel right and I started to get headaches.
I had a migraine and it was bad.
I was having trouble breathing.
I also started having panic attacks and I was in a bad mood.
I could feel my body changing and I didn’t know why.
I started getting symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
It’s like an old-time cold.
But it wasn’t until I started researching Post Trauma Stress Disorder and talking to people who were diagnosed with it that I found out it is an actual condition.
There are a lot of people with PTSD in Australia and in New Zealand.
I know I’m not alone in that.
In fact, there are people in my community who have PTSD as well.
I think it’s an incredibly underreported condition and it affects so many people.
It can be as debilitating as depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder and eating disorders.
I’ve also heard stories of people who have been diagnosed with PTSD and have survived it.
For example, I’m a chef and I’ve spent a lot time cooking with people with a lot more PTSD than me.
I try and cook with people who I know who have a lot less PTSD.
I’m lucky enough to be living in New York and working at a restaurant and I don’t have to worry about my PTSD.
It has really helped me to cope with the symptoms.
And it has helped me find ways to deal with my life.
In New Zealand, I am one of the lucky ones.
Many of my friends with PTSD live in New England and I have a few friends who live in Queensland.
The way I cope is to not give up and not give in to anxiety.
So I try to eat well, exercise, meditate, medicate myself, get lots of sleep and eat well.
It is my favourite part of the whole process because I can be so focussed on one thing.
I am still struggling with anxiety and PTSD.
When I have these symptoms, I don´t think of what is happening to me but what is going on in the world around me.
There is a lot that goes on in our world, but I just focus on the situation at hand and what I can do to help myself.
It gives me strength.
So what does PTSD look like in your life?
I donât know if I would say it is a condition, but it is something that can be difficult to deal a lot with, and it does have a huge impact on a person’s quality of life.
It also can affect their ability to work, be social and contribute to society.
When you have a severe case of PTSD, it can make life difficult for you, for example, by reducing your social life, your ability to make friends and to maintain a good relationship.
You may feel overwhelmed and have a difficult time getting through to people.
And when you feel that, you may feel guilty and blame yourself for it, too.
It affects your ability for relationships.
I have had friends with multiple conditions, but PTSD seems to be a unique one.
It really affects a person in a different way.
If you have depression or anxiety, you are going to be more anxious and that can cause a lot issues in your relationship with other people.
You will become withdrawn and depressed.
It may affect your ability in relationships.
So, when I have symptoms of PTSD and I am struggling with my anxiety, it is the worst thing that could happen to me.
What do you do?
First of all, I just try to find a support group.
I talk to people and try to help them.
I ask them questions about what it is like to be with people.
If they have a different perspective, I ask what they think of the symptoms and if it has happened to them.
If it has not happened to you, it means you don’t understand PTSD.
People often ask me, what can I do about it?
I tell them that it is difficult to talk about PTSD because it is not something you want to talk too much about.
But that doesn’t mean I am not going to try and get my head around it.
I can’t always find the words to talk to someone about it.
And if it is too difficult to get through to someone, I can always go online and find support groups online.
I hope this article has helped you understand PTSD better.
If there are any other things you would like to share, feel free to drop me a line.
I appreciate your time and your support.