“Life can only be understood backwards;
  but it must be lived forwards”
 – Soren Kierkgaard

It’s true, life is not easy and we have all had difficult experiences. Most of these experiences can be chalked up to learning and growth and moved past over time without assistance. However, traumatic experiences leave many people scarred and can lead to self-destructive behavior, including but not limited to addiction. If the emotional damage from a traumatic event is not dealt with it can lead to long-term emotional, physical, mental, and even financial affliction for you or your loved one.

            The condition known as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), occurs when the traumatic experience is not addressed and becomes a pattern which replays over and over again. This person ends up recreating the trauma in their life subconsciously as a way of placing themselves in the situation again to make sense what happened. This is a totally natural reaction but the cycle cannot be broken without education, healing, and support.

            The most important thing to realize is that you do not need to be alone. Whatever the trauma, chances are there are many others who have experienced what you or your loved one are dealing with and have taken their lives back. With help and guidance, you can reclaim your mind and your life from your trauma. You have reached for help, now embrace HOPE. 

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