Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Resources, Support and References

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Support Groups

Support groups play a very important role in the coping mechanism of a person with post traumatic stress disorder. It allows them to express their negative thoughts and feelings without the apprehension of not being accepted. They will find the support and understanding they need about their condition through various support groups that are numerously available online, ready to help and provide support to cope with their healing process.

PTSD Chat Support Group

This is an online site for people surviving any form of traumatic event.

PTSD Support

This is an online community of people suffering from PTSD in UK, with helpful articles about the condition and forums for members to interact with one another.

Coping with PTSD

This is an online site designed to help people with PTSD cope with their disorder using recommended changes in their lifestyle.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder References

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