It seems to some, that everyone thinks they have PTSD, and that every therapist thinks they do too. PTSD is the new fad diagnosis. So how do we tell who has it and who doesn’t? How do we know if we have it? Listen or read this presentation to know the difference.
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For Further Consideration
You might also like to hear our series titled, Recovering from Loss.
Or, Helpguide.org has a lot of helpful information about PTSD.
Good day to all. This is Bill Jacobs for LifeResource Ministries. We’re continuing our work on our series, Mental Health and the Bible, today. The title of today’s presentation is simple PTSD. It’s the fifteenth in the series.
As we speak in 2018, PTSD has, over the last five years, become the new fad diagnosis. Everybody thinks they have PTSD it seems like. Then there are a few others that think there’s no such thing. It makes them sick to see everybody excusing their bad behavior with it. They take a judgmental stance. So what’s the truth about PTSD?