The PTSD Spouse Deserves Some Love

October 3, 2011

We tend to focusmore of  our attention on the PTSD victim since this is where the genesis of the PTSD spouse and family issues begin.  Sort of that old saying that having children is hereditary.  If your parents didn’t have any children there is 100% chance that you won’t either. 

We should never forget that the spouse and children deserve attention too.  Not only must they give support and endure potential mistreatment from the PTSD victim, they also must withstand the passing down the PTSD on to the children in response to it. 

When we speak of the Military PTSD victim getting professional help we should not forget that the spouse is entitled to receive the help just as much.  He/she has a lot to endure before things get bet ter and this oftentimes means having  an escape valve that can be inserted into the marital equation.  This comes in the form of a therapist of your own and/or certainly access to this Military PTSD Forum.  This Military PTSD Forum  offers an escape for you with an available posting site for the problems you will continually endure until things get better.

Opening up to your innermost feelings at this Military PTSD Forum  is a short term  relief and a way to cope until things get better.  Other PTSD families  are experiencing many of the same things that you are and are often available for comments to help you realize that you are not alone.  Sometimes knowing of others victim’s successes provides an insight into your own problems.  Don’t be afraid to post as often as you need to.  This site is yours to use as you need to in an attempt to ease your suffering and pain.  

We are open 24 hours a day 365 days a year.  Sunlight is the greatest disinfectant.