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  1. upaces88 permalink
    01/24/2016 12:52

    My Lord! I am speechless!…and sick of all of this crap!

    Remember Sandy Hook? The man shown on camera was crying over the death of his daughter. Two days later? Wow! She arose!

  2. 01/24/2016 15:04

    Amazing, wasn’t it?

  3. poetopoet permalink
    01/25/2016 16:03

    No, there is a cure, a loaded gun in everyone’s hand or side

  4. 01/25/2016 23:15

    Indeed. But you have to be willing TO use it.

  5. 01/26/2016 16:00

    What cmblake6 says.

    I’ve been in one situation where I had EVERY REASON to believe there was an intruder in my home. Long story short, as I slowly and carefully searched the (empty – as it turned out) house with auto-loader in hand, My clearest thought was … I.Really.Don’t.Want.To.Be.Here.

    But it was my HOME. I HAD to. It was 5 minutes of my life that really sucked a LOT. 🙂

  6. upaces88 permalink
    01/26/2016 16:14

    Events like this are hard to get off of your mind even years later…when something reminds you once again…..

  7. 02/01/2016 09:43

    That PTSD thing? It is molecular, deeper than cell level.

  8. 02/01/2016 09:44

    That’s how it works, McGoo.

  9. poetopoet permalink
    02/02/2016 01:17

    O my “McGoo” only my oldest friends called me that, thanks. So sorry for some one else.

  10. upaces88 permalink
    02/02/2016 01:47

    Chris, I did not know that PTSD becomes molecular… That makes total sense.

  11. 02/02/2016 08:42

    Somewhere deep, and you never know what can set it off.

  12. 02/02/2016 08:42

    Family here, poe.

  13. upaces88 permalink
    02/02/2016 19:14

    I don’t want to go into the details.
    In 2001, I experienced a life changing event. I was severely traumatized.

    I was diagnosed: Clinical Depression, Anxiety Disorder, Profound sadness with features of PTSD.

    The event changed me forever. I was once gregarious and outgoing.

    I became a recluse. I never go to social events.

  14. 02/02/2016 22:45

    Welcome to my world.

  15. upaces88 permalink
    02/02/2016 22:54

    I am sorry to hear that….it hurts deeply, doesn’t it. That kind of pain takes a horrible toll on the psyche. Trauma like that changes the personality; changes how you perceive the world vs. how you perceived it prior to the event(s).

  16. 02/03/2016 06:21

    It’s extremely infrequent, and only the shortest of flashes. Many have it far, far worse.

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