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    Weird totally unrelated stressor behaves like trigger

    Thanks for the explanation of trigger and stressor, I’m not from an English-speaking country, here “trigger” is only used for something that triggers a flashback (so being triggered is only correct when it causes flashbacks) and these flashbacks are usually connected to the trigger (by...
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    Weird totally unrelated stressor behaves like trigger

    Yes, that’s what I mean, there’s a logical association behind what you described, just like for my other triggers – very few of them are 100% connected to the actual trauma but it’s obvious why and how my brain associates them with it. That makes this so baffling, there’s no logical association...
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    Sufferer New here, just saying hello - 36, diagnosed with PTSD dissociative subtype and DID

    I thought it might be rude not to say “hi”, so – hello. I’m Yuan, 36, diagnosed with PTSD dissociative subtype and DID, as well as other stuff not relevant for this community. Therapy did nothing for me so I’m no longer trying my luck with psychotherapy, but I’m still in psychiatric treatment...
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    Weird totally unrelated stressor behaves like trigger

    I’ve been looking for an explanation/solution for several years now, professionals couldn’t make heads or tails of it so I thought other sufferers might have more insight. I hope I can explain it properly. There’s a very weirdly specific thing (the matter in question is human experimentation)...
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