Words do not impact PTSD

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I used to ruminate on my triggers, my unworthiness.

It was a wrestling match, my goal was to find a cognitive way out.

The unfortunate reality of PTSD, confusion, panic, escaping and fear make thinking clearly impossible.

Trying to think my way out of PTSD increased its power, duration and impact.

Agoraphobic was my final destination before I gave up thinking my way out.

If spoken words could heal PTSD, suffering in the world would drastically subside.

That trauma is not stored on the cognitive hemisphere of the brain.

Words have no impact on PTSD,

Try saying words when a triggers erupts violently, feeling a mortal danger is imminent.

Words never calmed my triggers.

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