Tag Archives: PTSD

Now what are you working on?

People have already started asking me this question.   Maybe this is a normal question in the writing world.  I know a few writers that have several projects going on at once, so maybe it’s not unheard of to already have a new project developing before your book is even published. With Finding Peace With PTSD …

Continue reading

Chris Kyle

I saw American Sniper two weeks ago.  I’ve been too sick to blog, but I’ve been thinking a lot about the movie and I have been able to read all of the controversy on social media surrounding Chris Kyle.  What’s real? What’s been embellished, exaggerated or just down right faked? Was Chris really a hero?  Did he …

Continue reading

PTSD and IKEA

Have you ever been to IKEA?  It’s a large Swedish based store that is all over the world now.  The first floor (at least the ones I’ve been to) you walk through is actually the 2nd floor.  Meaning, you walk in on the ground level and are “forced” to take an elevator or escalator to …

Continue reading

Halloween and PTSD

This was originally posted on my professional blog, but since it relates to PTSD and it’s almost a Public Service Announcement, I thought I would post it here too.  (if you follow both blogs I apologize for the repetition) That’s a broad topic (Halloween and PTSD).  When I mentioned blogging on this topic to a …

Continue reading

Putting PTSD on paper

Introductory posts are so cliché, but here I go…. I’m working on my first book (and possibly my last book).  I’m a Licensed Clinical Social Worker by day (basically, a therapist) and I work with a LOT of Service Members with PTSD.  I even have another blog about it (shameless self promotion!) and you can …

Continue reading