Co-Morbidity pt 3- Anxiety

Co-Morbidity pt 3- Anxiety

In the past two co-morbidity posts, I explained a bit of background of my personality. The C-PTSD plays into almost everything, as does the HSP. That’s why they came first. Now it’s time for anxiety.

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Absense

Sorry I’ve been away for a few days. I’ve been down with the stomach bug. I promise, I’ll have a new post coming very soon.

Thanks for everyone’s patience 💜

Co-Morbidity pt 2- Highly Sensitive Person (my definition)

Co-Morbidity pt 2- Highly Sensitive Person (my definition)

Sorry for the sort of “delay” of a few days. Sometimes life just gets the better of me.

Now this, the HSP (Highly Sensitive Person) is not actually a disorder, more of a character trait, but, this STRONGLY plays into the co-morbidity of the other disorders. This is just the dry tinder that sparks the flame, the fuel to the fire, you get the picture.

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Co-morbidity pt 1- CPTSD, My Definition

Co-morbidity pt 1- CPTSD, My Definition

I’ve been wanting to write this post for a long time, but it’s difficult to explain. This will come in parts, because there are multiple sides to it, and other disorders that play into it (hence co-morbidity). This will be the first step. Most people understand PTSD. Like a soldier who comes back from war, or a person who survives an extremely bad accident… PTSD usually comes from one big event that traumatizes said individual, especially when triggering events are near. So what is Complex PTSD?

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How I Cope with Depression

How I Cope with Depression

Whilst I strongly believe that coping mechanisms are a personal thing, what may work for one may not work for another, I thought sharing some of the ways I deal with and cope with depression could potentially help with someone who may also be struggling. Also, I feel like I should add a disclaimer: I am in no way any sort of trained professional. I do strongly recommend reaching out to one (doctor, therapist, what have you) if you are having thoughts of depression.

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