Has anyone ever noticed that sometimes having ptsd is like being bipolar? Sometimes, you feel normal. Like it never happened. You go to school, work, read a book - normal. Then something happens to remind you your not normal. Nothing else matters but th dread, The nightmares and memories. But when the sun comes back and your normal for however long, you feel a need to take advantage of it, or even wonder if there is somewhere you can run to that you will never be reminded of it again. I've wondered, if perhaps bp meds could help. I hear that they keep you from feeling much of anything at all. Your just level all the time. Wouldn't that be nice?
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