“My past is an armour I cannot take off, no matter how many times you tell me the war

is over.”


People, Places and Things

Just a few odds and ends that I have found helpful in my struggle there are a few more people and places that have helped and maybe soon they will get a mention. There are some that haven’t tried that we can’t forget but try very hard to forgive, in their ignorance they know no difference….maybe
STORY CONTINUED….soon, quoted notes at present Under Development Everyone deals with stress at some point or other in life. Whether in response to a physical threat or to a perceived social or emotional risk, the stress response is the body’s way of preparing to face or flee from danger. It involves a series of physical, psychological, and behavioural reactions that enable people to deal with the stressor and then return to their normal behaviors. However, for people who struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, as a result of being exposed to extreme danger, threat, violence, or death, the stress response is heightened and can lead to physical and psychological distress far beyond what is experienced in a normal stress response. In addition, people with PTSD tend to struggle with symptoms in situations where a person without the disorder would not have a stress response.


Daylio enables you to keep a private diary without having to type a single line. Try this beautifully designed micro-diary app right now for FREE! Pick your mood and add activities you have been doing during the day. You can also add notes and keep an old school diary. Daylio is collecting recorded moods and activities in the statistics and calendar. This format will help you to understand your habits better. Keep track of your activities and create patterns t
Still having a look at this one Mindfulness Coach will report back soon
Opens in new window, Click “back” to return