:eek: I am the very first person here? :cool: Hello to everyone?, anyone? lol....My name is Rhiannyn...following two seperate assualts...I have developed a permanent impairment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, with associated anxiety and major depressive disorders....The first assualt involved a loaded weapon, where shots were fired...the second was in the work place...I have sustained a broken back and neck injuries...I have been on Cipramil, Efexor, Mirtazapine.... .....But then I was treated with R.E.M.D.and found some instant relief :) ....I also commenced Prozac...and my life has steadily improved ever since....I still have to learn how to live with really harsh startle response, and at times some aggression towards the people who hurt me...I have now to face a trial in the upcoming weeks....The thing is that these are the things that trigger relapses in me...I try to find positives in laughter at the worst times....but it's not working now.I don't think I can make it through the trial, without completely relapsing....I can feel it happening....Does anyone have any ideas? *hopes* Thank you so much for listening :)Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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