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message 1: by Gloria (last edited Jul 04, 2011 02:46PM) (new)

Gloria  Jackson (PlanetQueen72) | 26 comments Post-traumatic stress disorder is a key factor in suicides. This is caused by a traumatic experience (war, or some form of abuse, pretty much any really horrific event, however, these events do not always result in PTSD.)
And, once again, anything you can find out or stories you want to share, please post it here.

message 2: by Irene (new)

Irene (wingdesilverii) In some cases you have things called flashbacks which is where you have like a nightmare but in the day time and it happens suddenly and the person just lookes like they are staring off into space. Also there are nightmares both can be "reanactments" of the experince or just something related.

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Irene (wingdesilverii) ( btw the reason i know this is because my boyfriend suffers from it)

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Irene (wingdesilverii) Yeah, somedays it is worse than others.

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sometimes i wish i had it.... so i could beat my mind and take control

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Irene (wingdesilverii) Trust me you don't want it.

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The one thing I can't beat is my mind

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Irene (wingdesilverii) Now I am confused, why do you wantt to beat your mind?

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If you ever heard of lucid dreams you would understand

message 11: by Irene (new)

Irene (wingdesilverii) Okay, I went and looked up lucid dreaming and i think I understand. You want to be able to have lucid dreams right? If not can you please explain I find it interesting and is making me wonder if I sometimes have lucid dreams.

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i do and what i know its a crazy mind game and you have to trick your self

message 13: by Irene (new)

Irene (wingdesilverii) I looked it up and it appears to two kinds one where you daydream and one where you areactually asleep and you realize you are dreaming. You can have alot of control or no control over what happens but you know you are dreaming. When you realize you are dreaming and can control your actions you can stay in the dream, let it happen or try and change it. The trick is to make your self stay asleep. (There is a program/instute for lucid dreaming)

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hehe I have PTSD.

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(i know) but the 2nd one involes messing with your mind and possible beating your mind at something that happens every night after your 10years old

message 16: by Irene (new)

Irene (wingdesilverii) I'm sorry, is it of the more sever types?

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Im sorry wolf lover... How bad is it for you???

message 18: by Irene (new)

Irene (wingdesilverii) @Emo Guy: I take it you have nightmares and would like to take control over them?

@Wolf Lover: My last comment was not adressed to you but I ment for it to be.

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Bad I almost need to take meds.

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@Irene: no but i want to try and learn more about my self

message 21: by Irene (new)

Irene (wingdesilverii) @Emo Guy: oh, how does lucid dreaming help? ( sorry I was just gussing earlier i hope i did not offend you or anything)

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if you know what i mean you dont really know your self.... but there are questions you have about your self that you can rack your memoery and never find out.... You need some one who can show you and your mind will try to throw you off

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basicly i want to beat one of the most power computers in the world (any human mind) and find out more about my self and have a fall back place in case a big deprresion

message 25: by Irene (new)

Irene (wingdesilverii) Okay, I sorta understand.

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i have random rants so yeah i am sorry.....

@Wolf lover: next time when you have a flash back think "It cant hurt me. It cant hurt me" If you can

message 27: by Irene (new)

Irene (wingdesilverii) @Emo Guy: it's okay.

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I need a aharpie

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Irene (wingdesilverii) A what?

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message 31: by Irene (new)

Irene (wingdesilverii) Oh, why do you need a sharpie?

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I need to write "A" on my hand wich stands for "Awake"

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Emo Guy/ Mr. Pyro wrote: "i have random rants so yeah i am sorry.....

@Wolf lover: next time when you have a flash back think "It cant hurt me. It cant hurt me" If you can"

@Emo Guy: I'll try, thanks =)

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@ wolf lover learn to beat it and crUSH IT

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From a site: Lucid dreaming may be helpful for people who frequently experience nightmares, as it gives them a chance to take control of their dreams.

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CAn you think about anything else when you have flash back and think of words like "I can do it... I wont hurt me"

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try to think good thibgs

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k, I will.

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do you have flash backs

message 42: by Irene (new)

Irene (wingdesilverii) @Wolf Lover: do you have nightmares and flash backs or just one?

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message 44: by Irene (new)

Irene (wingdesilverii) @Wolf Lover: I'm sorry, are yours really bad?

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thats intense... if your friend sees you go into a flash back tell him/her to say good things

message 46: by Irene (new)

Irene (wingdesilverii) @Wolf Lover: I don't know how yours are but if have a flash back and your friends are there can they get you to come out of one? If so you should tell them how.

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@ Irene: Yeah, they show how my bff died, (lots of stuff have happend in my life) in a car crash, that I was also in.

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@ wolf lover tell a friend to help you

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Emo Guy/ Mr. Pyro wrote: "thats intense... if your friend sees you go into a flash back tell him/her to say good things"

@ wolf lover: that it may make it easyer to take contol

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