Police officer back to work after murder case leads to PTSD battle

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  • Boomer12k

    There is now a technique that can help stop the symptoms of PTSD, I have gone through it myself, with my illness, for the last 15 years. In 2009, I discovered a technique. I am an Emotional Researcher, and I have, or had the problems personally. I invite all to my website… http://hnc-today.weebly.com/how-to-deal-with-stress-and-anxiety.html
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    hope that is OK… there IS Hope, there IS Help… PTSD is not a BRAIN ISSUE, it is set off by circumstances… it is not a brain defect… it is not insanity… it is a subconscious reaction, you can’t really help or stop, unless you have a technique… arm yourself with a technique…. Best Wishes…

  • Becki Saalwaechter Kline

    There’s a show on Discover ID called “Joe Kenda: Homicide Hunter”. He solved almost 400 homicides in Colorado Springs in the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s and they ask him to do a tv show. We just meet this man and the real police officers who are in the show. He left that job because of PTSD, and drove a school bus for handicapped children for the rest of his career because “These kids were glad to see me every day!” He relives those cases to this day! Strength is admitting when you’re beaten, and you come out the other side a much better person! Go Taylor!