I noticed you do not have any articles about PTSD. Are you curious about the disorder?
More than curious, I feel that I may be afflicted with it. I have attempted to deal with peripheral issues such as panic disorders, but have never sat down and researched PTSD as a standalone panic disorder.
It is certainly a great idea and I thank you for mentioning it!
this disorder usually runs among those having high-stress careers. an example of a high stresser is the funeral home worker; specifically the embalmer. they must do the dirty work that we did way back in history B4 there ever were embalmers/funeral homes. sometimes they get a friend/relative & it really bothers them. some funeral staff who enter this field eventually end up leaving due 2 the high stress. death is no pretty job. it's a deeply sad job where they work behind the scenes 2 prepare the deceased 4 final disposal. the funeral staff often cousel the families who lost loved 1's & they do all that paperwork & such. they make all the calls, & give all the final wishes. they also give the deceased their 'final bath/ride'. there's a LOT that goes in2 prepping a deceased. there is an awful lot of stress when such work is constant; especially when an owner's always on-call
SpaceAge, Thank you for your comments. I have a hub explaining my experience with PTSD on a very personal level. You are welcome to read if you like.
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