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Awareness and Hope for Loved Ones of All Those Who Suffer From PTSD

Welby O'Brien recently appeared on AM Northwest in Portland, Oregon. In the interview she explains that PTSD can affect anyone, including veterans and their loved ones. Take a moment to watch this video and discover ways to help cope with the effects of PTSD.

PTSD: Does My Vet Have It?

Resources for understanding PTSD

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Something is terribly wrong. Things are not as they used to be, nor as they should be. What has happened to my vet? And why do I feel so affected too? According to the National Center for PTSD, the symptoms can be terrifying. They may disrupt your life and make it hard to continue with your daily activities. It may be hard just to get through the day. All people with PTSD have lived through a traumatic event that caused them to fear for their lives, see horrible things, and feel helpless. Strong emotions caused by the event create changes in the brain that may result in PTSD.

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You Are Not Alone

PTSD Family Support

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Love Our Vets-PTSD Family Support, LLC is more than just a book. It is bringing together loved ones everywhere to encourage and support each other as we love our vets and loved ones with PTSD. When it feels like an all consuming soul-stealing illness has infected your family, take heart. There is hope! Not only love and support for our vets, but love and support for us!

We hope you take advantage of the wealth of helpful resource links. And then reach out and connect with others on a similar journey. You can connect with others today on our Facbebook page and also with a support group. Find hope, help, understanding, and new friends who really know what you're going through!

If you are interested in starting a Love Our Vets Support Group near you, please contact Welby for more information at info@loveourvets.org. Welcome home!