Does anyone have any experience with high-risk sports in PTSD recovery? I was an undiagnosed case of PTSD at the age of 10, and as an adult I found myself kayaking class V rivers, rock climbing 5.12 walls, skiing double black diamonds and, well, breaking the law and getting arrested. In the wake of an adult relapse of PTSD and subsequent unearthing of my childhood I'm trying to see if my pursuit of those activities makes any sense in the context of PTSD recovery. (Incidentally, my drive for those activities has completely vanished since the relapse.)
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