I have new hobbies that calm my mind. I knit, sharpen knives (I want to forge) and play some video games. Since my hands are severely affected by my neck injury, I have to change what I'm doing all the time or wait for the swelling to go down. I was into hyper exercise before my physical injury and helped to a point. I'm also in my 3rd year of weekly counseling. I even saw a psychologist who was an expert in C-PTSD for 8 months. She taught me mindfulness and reminded me of combat or controlled breathing. I use those daily. As far as after the storm, I'm still in it so I'm not much help. I still shoot and it hurts me both mentally and physically. I wear ear plugs and ear muffs and it' not enough to keep me from jumping when my buddy shoots next to me. My startle reflex is up to 11 right now. I just started to diet and walk as much as I can. My walking buddy is a vet so we compare issues and problems for each other. It really helps alot to have someone who gets what you're going through even though our experiences are different. We both ended up in the same place. I have tons of info including summaries I've written about PTSD, I've read tons of books and watched all kinds of videos. If you guys want any of that, just send me a message and maybe we can talk through FB messenger or something. I'm still healing but I'll help you any way I can. Keep safe and that head on a swivel.