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Anyone with PTSD?
#11
(02-03-2019, 05:40 AM)wah Wrote: If there are any other sufferers here it would be good to connect. Or if you're just looking to network feel free to PM me.

I have P.T.S.D. I think it's from the trauma they call my childhood. I have no solution's, I've been to therapy, I'm still on med's . I guess you could say it all got confusing, so I avoid people. That is why I'm looking to connect here
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#12
I have PTSD and just recently retired from the military after 20 years. I deployed 9 time into both Iraq and Afghanistan and I didn't think I would still be here. I was EOD so I saw more than my fare share and I'm not the same. I was blown up some were around 12 times, but I honestly can't remember. I can't sleep and I have nightmares every night and can't fall asleep without my Ambien. Sometimes that leads to waking up and doing something I can't remember.
Since then I have tried dating and it always ends with them wanting to date some one else, the latest I though she liked me, but she was leading me on while sleeping with her roommate. This proves that I am the world's most ultimate loser and have nothing to offer the world. My neighbors hate me, she hates me, and I got nothing else. I thought that I finally met someone that felt different, but boy was I wrong. She hates me and sends me updates of her current relationship.
I'm not sure how much more I can take, because once again once I show interest in them they decide it's time to date other people. She hurt me so bad by leading me on while the whole time she was sleeping with her roommate. That's just how much of a loser I am. Right now I absolutely hate my life and getting close to pulling the trigger.
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#13
I always thought PTSD was the result of war.
I am bipolar and schizoaffective.
"From my mind to these pages
to another time and another reader's eyes,
it's amazing how I can speak to you
over time and distance.
That is the Beauty of Literature."
-P.L.R.
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#14
(02-24-2019, 02:45 PM)FergEOD Wrote: I have PTSD and just recently retired from the military after 20 years. I deployed 9 time into both Iraq and Afghanistan and I didn't think I would still be here.  I was EOD so I saw more than my fare share and I'm not the same.  I was blown up some were around 12 times, but I honestly can't remember.  I can't sleep and I have nightmares every night and can't fall asleep without my Ambien. Sometimes that leads to waking up and doing something I can't remember.  
    Since then I have tried dating and it always ends with them wanting to date some one else, the latest I though she liked me, but she was leading me on while sleeping with her roommate.  This proves that I am the world's most ultimate loser and have nothing to offer the world.  My neighbors hate me, she hates me, and I got nothing else.   I thought that I finally met someone that felt different, but boy was I wrong.  She hates me and sends me updates of her current relationship.
    I'm not sure how much more I can take, because once again once I show interest in them they decide it's time to date other people.  She hurt me so bad by leading me on while the whole time she was sleeping with her roommate.  That's just how much of a loser I am.  Right now I absolutely hate my life and getting close to pulling the trigger.

I’m sorry to hear about your problems. I got PTSD too. 
Your rejections sounds painful. It really sucks when you try to connect with someone and it just doesn’t work. 
Nightmares. I hate them. I hate them with everything I got.
Are you seeing someone that you can talk to about your issues?
Sending some love your way. Hope your day is an ok one. 🌈
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#15
(02-24-2019, 03:20 PM)Azariah Wrote: I always thought PTSD was the result of war.
I am bipolar and schizoaffective.

PTSD can be triggered from a traumatic event or other threats to your life. 
Natural disasters, war, abuse, sexual assault, traffic accidents.
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