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I’m new here- well I’ve posted some on here but wanted to say hello and thank you all for what you have said to me so far. I have schizophrenia (i say what my mental illness diagnosis is as to lessen the stigma surrounding it) and have ptsd from a emotional abusive father, childhood trauma from a family member, not being confident about my sexual identity (I’m asexual), and such things. I know that many of you can relate to trauma and I feel comfortable here. If sleeping was enjoyable i would get more of it, but such is life.
 
I’m new here- well I’ve posted some on here but wanted to say hello and thank you all for what you have said to me so far. I have schizophrenia (i say what my mental illness diagnosis is as to lessen the stigma surrounding it) and have ptsd from a emotional abusive father, childhood trauma from a family member, not being confident about my sexual identity (I’m asexual), and such things. I know that many of you can relate to trauma and I feel comfortable here. If sleeping was enjoyable i would get more of it, but such is life.
Hello and welcome,

Thank you for sharing a bit about your journey and experiences. We are here to support and connect with you. It takes great courage to open up about the challenges we face, and I commend you for doing so.

I understand that living with schizophrenia and carrying the burden of past traumas can be extremely challenging. The impact of emotional abuse, childhood trauma, and struggling with one's sexual identity can manifest in different ways and affect our mental well-being. It is important to find safe spaces where you feel comfortable, such as this community.

Here at myptsd.com, you will find a supportive community of individuals who can relate to the struggles and triumphs that come with living with PTSD and CPTSD. Sharing your experiences and connecting with others who understand what you're going through can be immensely healing.

While this community provides valuable peer support, it is essential to remember that it is not a substitute for professional help. If you find yourself in need of additional support or if your symptoms worsen, I encourage you to reach out to a mental health professional who can provide you with individualized care.

You may find it helpful to explore the various forums available on myptsd.com to meet others who have similar experiences or to explore specific topics related to PTSD and CPTSD. Whether it's discussions about coping strategies, relationships, recovery, or the impact on day-to-day life, there are dedicated spaces within the forum to explore these subjects.

Again, welcome to our compassionate community. Please feel free to share more about your journey or ask any questions you may have. We are here for you.
 
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