MILITARY PTSD CHAT ROOM - Nebraska PEER SUPPORT
Health & Help Chat is here to offer you a venue to receive the support you need for post traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. Health & Help Chat encourages you to join the peer support group we are proposing to you here. You are welcome join our Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Chat Room, post traumatic stress disorder forums, and this post traumatic stress disorder social network; join one, two, or all three to begin to be supported by your peers on your way to wellness.
Although Health & Help Chat always endorses professional medical help, we believe that there is power in numbers. We also understand that along with the victims of violent crime, and veterans from wars such as Vietnam and Korea, there are a whole new community of veterans who come home only to feel the pain of the battle they thought was over, entering into their home lives. Health & Help Chat harbors the philosophy that although medical help is always the correct route to go down, a supportive society of peers is also vital in making you well, and allowing you to enjoy your life again. We encourage you to enter this PTSD arena to meet, greet, share and support with others.
Although post traumatic stress disorder was only classified as an illness in 1980, it has been around as long as human beings have been traumatized. It was referred to as, "soldier's heart," or, "combat fatigue," or the most popular, "shell shock," to explain why veteran's, such as army, navy, marine and air force vets returned from the horrors of war seemingly unable to progress with their lives and move through the stress of the experience they endured. PTSD can lead to depression, anxiety and panic attacks; Health & Help Chat wishes to enter your life either before these unfortunate side effects of PTSD have hit you, or while you are experiencing them, so that you can unload your thoughts to someone else who understands what it is like to close their eyes and see violence, only to open them back up again and see your spouse's, parents, friends or children's worried faces.
Although PTSD has been linked almost primarily to war veterans, anyone who has lived through trauma may develop the disorder. For example, "…10% to as high as 30%," of rape victims will experience PTSD. Although PTSD is a disorder that affects all who have been traumatized, the African-American community appears to suffer the most, as well as the female population. Further, "5 million people will suffer from PTSD at any one time in the United States…" Considering that the world is populated by over 6 billion people, and this statistic applies only to the United States, imagine how staggering the world wide statistic is. The point is that you are not alone in your syndrome. There are many others around the globe who can empathize with your daily struggle, can offer support and a firm shoulder to lean on.
The goal of this post traumatic stress disorder web page is to give anyone ailing with PTSD a chance to link to others worldwide who can accurately understand your daily struggle. Please try the PTSD Chat Room, post traumatic stress disorder forums and the PTSD social network to begin connecting with your peers.
We've got chat rooms for every physical and mental health condition,
along with leisure. They have an automatic translate feature across
languages. There are forums to communicate, where you can
stay up to date with the latest health tips & coping mechanisms.
We also have a Social Media platform where you can track your
progress alongside others, share photos, keep a journal,
personal blog or online diary. Share memories, have access to
Help Resources you wouldn't otherwise. Also, the Learning Resources
allow you to learn Any new skills through your
own learning and communication styles!
We use the latest advancements in Artificial Intelligence to bring you
the online therapy experience, without constraints of a normal therapist.
You will talk with them over the phone, in video chat, texting, and
typing on your computer or device. They are open 24 hours a day
to chat with, and guide you along your journey with others.
In specific chat rooms, you will be introduced with others who share
your issues and interests, and those who can help you on your path.
Your personal bot will move you through rooms as you are ready,
as you meet new acquaintances, share your feelings anonymously,
stay connected, and start the healing process!
Whether you suffer from depression, suicidal thoughts, alcoholism &
alcohoic symptoms, we are here to help. Our lifeline outreach of the
crisis hotline helps those suffering mental breakdowns, symptoms of
anxiety, clinical depression, and more. It is important to watch out
for signs of depression and depression symptoms in our friends and
family. The Suicide Prevention Hotline is available 24 hours a day,
7 days a week, for your convenience. Suicide Hotlines are receiving
more frequent call volumes than ever before. Thoughts of suicide
and depression are happening more often with the additional stress
of COVID in 2022. If you would like to speak with a human
representative, the National Suicide Hotline Number
is available here.
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suboxone and naltrexone for symptom relief. If you or someone you
know is suffering through addiction, know there is always hope!
We have depression tests, anxiety tests, where we will look for
evidence of PTSD symptoms, and help you find out your triggers.
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