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Some PTSD Statistics

Anxiety Therapy
This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Most people who are exposed to extreme stress are able to process their way through their reactions and never develop PTSD. – It has been estimated that 70 percent of people will be exposed to a traumatic event in their lifetime. – Of those people, 20 percent will go on to develop PTSD. – At any given time, an estimated …

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Getting Help for PTSD

couples Therapy & Anxiety Disorders
This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

We live in a world of relative safety most of the time – but it is a world in which people often lack support for dealing with calamities. In these times we may not have the extended families, long-term friendships, sense of neighborhood, feeling of community or the support from religion that have historically helped people endure times of crisis. …

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Symptoms of PTSD

Anxiety Therapy
This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

People can be considered to have PTSD when they have been exposed to an extreme trauma, the symptoms last at least a month in duration, and the symptoms cause excessive distress so that social functioning and job performance are impaired. One sign of PTSD is that the traumatic event is relived repeatedly in the person’s mind – and this appears …

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Psychotherapy & Anxiety Disorders
This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

The Aftermath of Trauma Most of us build our lives around the belief that we will be relatively safe. Granted, normal daily life involves many stressors, especially in these hectic times, but we expect these pressures to happen and we become accustomed to handling them. The more flexible we are and the more we know ourselves and are in touch …

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Effective Communication

actively listening to your partner

Effective communication is authentic – meaning honest and congruent. Say what you think or feel, and mean what you say. You probably assume you already do this, yet dishonesty is more common than you might guess (we often even fool ourselves about our own dishonesty). When you outwardly agree but inwardly don’t, you are being dishonest. Whether you want to: …

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Resolving Conflicts

San Diego marriage counseling and couples Therapy

As long as relationships exist, conflicts and disagreements will always be part of them. As soon as you put two human beings together, you have two cultures, two backgrounds, two frame of reference, two mindset, two families of origin, two ways of doing things etc. Conflicts and disagreements are unavoidable. Depending of the family of origin and even the culture …

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Signs of Controlling Relationships

couples therapy & controlling people
This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Relationships & Controlling People

Some Signs of Being Controlled Here are some signs of being controlled in a relationship … 1- Feeling drained of energy if you need to spend much time in the presence of the controller. 2- Needing to find time alone or out of the house. 3- Fantasizing frequently about some future time when you are free, independent, and able to …

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Controller or controlled?

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Relationships & Controlling People

Who has the problem, the controller or the one controlled? The controller may describe herself as a person having weaknesses, insecurities, and many needs. On the more positive side she may say that she want to get close to the other person. The controller is just reaching out to someone else to have these needs met. She seldom sees herself …

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Controlling People

Counseling marriage & Protecting your relationship
This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Relationships & Controlling People

The conflicts that develop over control issues may suggest the struggles the child experiences as she grows up. Part of our development involves the child striving to gain a sense of independence and integrity while the parent needs to control the behavior of the child. This may not be the ideal description of growing up in a healthy way, but …

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Dealing with Controlling People

couples therapy & controlling people
This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Relationships & Controlling People

“If I Win, You Lose” is Not the Only Option Open to Us Control, like most facets of human behavior, is probably best experienced in moderation. At one end of the spectrum, control is a positive, adaptive tool. For example, control over prolonged and constant chaos in our lives is usually a good thing. At the other end, control can …

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