Monthly Archives: September 2016

PTSD and the Media

As I sit here today, it saddens me that I have to even write this blog.  Last night a show that is supposed to be so accepting of all people, took PTSD to a new level.  Modern Family did what … Continue reading

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Narcissism and PTSD

Narcissism and PTSD what do they have in common? Unfortunately, many people who deal with a narcissistic personality disorder individual will have PTSD.  Just like PTSD, I did not understand what Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) really was, although I was … Continue reading

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A broken system

As I sit down with my morning coffee and become more of an advocate for domestic violence victims, parents and ultimately children,  I realize how messed up our system is especially for children of divorce.  I met with Landry’s psychologist … Continue reading

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Restless

I go to bed restless and I wake up restless. I run 5 miles trying to run out my restlessness. I go through the motions day in and day out. Then I look at the date: September 11. Everything changes. … Continue reading

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