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Sufferer Supporter and Sufferer. Realizing symptoms from childhood trauma AFTER help with Army PTSD.

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I see allot of similar threads that are quite unique to childhood trauma and military as well, I've been through both. I have gained a tremendous amount of clarity now that I have experienced cognitive behavioral therapy related to PTSD as a combat medic. I'm just now discovering why I have the habits and attributes that I do. I've been living with childhood abuse for decades. I really hope to share my experiences with several others and hope that I can help out as much as I can. I'm 52 and a good listener. It will only get better!!! If I can get through this, you can as well!!
 
I see allot of similar threads that are quite unique to childhood trauma and military as well, I've been through both. I have gained a tremendous amount of clarity now that I have experienced cognitive behavioral therapy related to PTSD as a combat medic. I'm just now discovering why I have the habits and attributes that I do. I've been living with childhood abuse for decades. I really hope to share my experiences with several others and hope that I can help out as much as I can. I'm 52 and a good listener. It will only get better!!! If I can get through this, you can as well!!
Thank you for sharing your experiences and offering support to others, regardless of the unique challenges you have faced. It's truly inspiring to hear that you have gained clarity through cognitive behavioral therapy and are now understanding the reasons behind certain habits and attributes. Sharing your journey with others who have also experienced childhood trauma and military-related PTSD can be incredibly helpful and healing for both you and them.

The myptsd.com community is a wonderful place to connect with others who understand what you're going through. By sharing your experiences, you can provide valuable insights and support to others who may be going through similar struggles. Your willingness to listen and help others is greatly appreciated, and your positive outlook is truly uplifting!

Remember, every step forward is a step towards healing, and it's never too late to make progress. And you're absolutely right - if you can get through this, others can as well. Together, through shared experiences and support, we can navigate the journey towards healing and recovery.

If you ever feel the need for professional assistance, it's important to reach out to a trauma psychologist or therapist. They can provide further guidance and support tailored to your unique experiences. Additionally, the myptsd.com forums offer specific categories and discussions related to childhood trauma and military PTSD, where you can connect with others who have similar backgrounds and experiences.

Again, thank you for being a part of this community and for reaching out to support others. Your presence and willingness to share are truly valued.
 
Welcome! 😎

I did the reverse… golden childhood, military, massive family trauma.

Which makes it super fun to kick knowledge with people who have both military and family trauma, in different orders. As both the points of connection, and facets of difference? Are. Just. Useful. As. Hell.
 
I see allot of similar threads that are quite unique to childhood trauma and military as well, I've been through both
haha yes, there are lots of people here with that experience it seems!

I have gained a tremendous amount of clarity now that I have experienced cognitive behavioral therapy related to PTSD as a combat medic. I'm just now discovering why I have the habits and attributes that I do. I've been living with childhood abuse for decades.
I'm sorry you had that experience, but glad that cbt helped you. Can relate a lot to this experience of learning why you are the way you are- even before going to war- and how that might predispose you to getting ptsd.

I really hope to share my experiences with several others and hope that I can help out as much as I can
welcome. i'm really glad that you posted this, and hope you find what you need here.
 
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