PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) is an anxiety disorder diagnosed when an individual undergoes a trauma that greatly disrupts their brain's chemistry, creating changes in their behavior, mood, stress levels, and physical symptoms. PTSD is treatable and mental health services can provide help for those in need. Learn about PTSD and how this mental health disorder affects individuals differently.

Can Emotional Abuse Lead to PTSD?

PTSD is often associated with military combat, but this condition can develop from emotional abuse. Learn the signs and how to find healing.

Survivor's Guilt: A Symptom of PTSD

Survivor’s guilt is a component of PTSD and can initially be hard to spot. Learn about the signs of survivor’s guilt, how to cope, and how to heal from trauma.
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How Are Children Impacted by Growing Up with Alcoholic Parents?

Having an alcoholic parent puts children at higher risk of developing addiction and mental health issues in the future; learn how to thrive in adulthood.

PTSD: What You Need to Know

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) affects over 24.4 million Americans. Learn what can cause it, how to recognize the symptoms, and how you can help someone who is struggling.

Addiction: Men vs Women

Addiction can impact anyone, but social and physiological factors lead to gender-specific concerns. Learn how substance abuse affects men and women.

The Link Between PTSD and Addiction

Many Americans who suffer from PTSD use alcohol or drugs to numb their emotional pain, leading to addiction. Learn about options for treating both conditions.

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