Listening to Nature’s sounds can be incredibly healing.
Take a moment to listen to these sounds to see if you can figure out what creatures are making them.
Ahhhh! Peaceful, right?
Oh, a hint: These creatures weren’t on Old McDonald’s Farm.
Today is PTSD Screening Day — a day we mark to spread the word about self-screening. If you think you may have PTSD, take this self-screen, or share it with someone you know who is concerned they may have PTSD.
We don’t always know how to talk about a trauma or what it’s been like since the event. The online self-screen is a few yes-or-no questions about how you’ve been feeling. Your responses are private and are not collected or shared.
Taking a self-screen can be a good way to open a conversation with a health care provider. You can print your results to share with a provider to help them decide whether you should be assessed for PTSD or other conditions. Either way, knowing what is causing your symptoms is a step toward taking control.
If you think you might have PTSD, you’re not alone. There are PTSD treatments that work. So, why wait?
Going through a traumatic event is not rare. At least half of Americans have had a traumatic event in their lives. Of people who have had trauma, about 1 in 10 men and 2 in 10 women will develop PTSD.
Take the self-screen. Call The PEACH Pit at 478-827-3224 to chat about your results.
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Sometimes your dreams seem topsy turvy. Sometimes they seem to be way out of reach. We get so far behind that we don’t realize we’re even still dreaming.
And then, sometimes it seems like our dreams get so far ahead of us. Things seem to be happening so quickly that we don’t know what’s gonna happen next. Can we still achieve our dream? We don’t know.
Don’t give up.
Your dreams are still within reach, and sometimes stuff just gets in the way. It can seem frustrating at times. We’re here to help.
When you’re going through stuff, 478-827-3224.