I think I may have developed Ptsd. I was recently in a bad situation where a gun was fired, twice. When I went to a fireworks show for the fourth of july, every time I heard a loud bang, it reminded me of what happened with the gun and memories started flooding back. I handled with a modicum of dignity and didn't let it show. Now, everytime I hear a loud noise like a gun or a car backfiring, it reminds me of that incident and I almost have a panic attack. For those that have PTSD, does this like it or am i just going crazy?
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