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Tatianna Marie Esguerra (@tatitheknotslayer23) Instagram Profile Photo tatitheknotslayer23

Tatianna Marie Esguerra

image by Tatianna Marie Esguerra (@tatitheknotslayer23) with caption : "You have purpose and you’re meant to tell your story. Never be ashamed for seeking and asking for help. You’re not alone" - 1762870011473704170
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You have purpose and you’re meant to tell your story. Never be ashamed for seeking and asking for help. You’re not alone 💖✨🙏🏼🕊 #posttraumaticstressdisorder

image by AnxietyRelatable (@anxietyuncertifiedtherapist) with caption : "once I think I’ve stopped having my anxiety attack for the night my depression just comes in and decided as to take over" - 1762833232359013768
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once I think I’ve stopped having my anxiety attack for the night my depression just comes in and decided as to take over

image by Kielo (@on.a.journey.to.recovery) with caption : "Putting some truth into the world tonight: Accepting yourself takes a hell of a long time and it’s not a linear journey " - 1762813639204701359
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Putting some truth into the world tonight: Accepting yourself takes a hell of a long time and it’s not a linear journey by any means! I’ve struggled with the image of myself since I can remember. I’ve never been okay with my weight or my height. There’s only one feature of myself that I don’t hate: my eyes. The reason for it isn’t because I like them, it’s because they’re unique and not many people have green eyes. I enjoy being different to a certain degree. Since making this year all about leaning self-love, I’ve taken that one feature and turned it into a thought of...’I must like my eyes because they’re unique’. Therefore, I like one part of my body. I can take this single accomplishment and go further. I’m working on first hating less of my features and then learning to love them. This is taking way longer than I anticipated to even get to the point of no longer hating what I see. That’s okay though. Recovery isn’t given a time limit because of reasons like this. Accepting myself as a whole may take even longer than individual parts of myself, but I’m prepared to work for it because I want to be able to embrace all that I am. This body is a vessel that allows me to live even if life sucks sometimes. Other times, the world is beautiful and my body allows me to see that too. I think I need to appreciate my body more for all it does for me. The science behind all of its functions is incredible and it does this even if you hate it. I think that’s pretty incredible so I don’t want to hate it anymore. One day I’ll be able to say I love myself and my cells will know that’s the truth. - - - - #posttraumaticstressdisorder

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The Forgotten Few

image by The Forgotten Few (@the.forgotten.few) with caption : "PTSD- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a new name for an old story and there are many complexities to its definition. 
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PTSD- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a new name for an old story and there are many complexities to its definition. The name, recognizing a medical condition, was coined several years after the onset of the Vietnam War. Similar symptoms demonstrated by soldiers following the Civil War were called nostalgia. GIs during WWI were said to have shell shock. Military personnel from WWII and the Korean Conflict were suffering combat fatigue. For law enforcement it is an occupational disease than can be brought on by a single traumatic and shocking event; or by exposure over time of many traumatic events.  All of which are part of the job we do.  No matter what term is used, the symptoms are the same. We have a problem in our profession.  It has to do with excessive stress caused by the job of law enforcement and, in it’s extreme form, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD.  We all know that the stress from this job can be toxic and at times debilitating.  What we don’t seem to believe is that it can happen to us, or someone we work with, because when it does, we don’t know what to do about it. We seem to have created a paradox, which is a contradiction or a situation that seems to defy logic or intuition. Most officers who are exposed to a traumatic, stressful event experience some of the symptoms of PTSD in the days and weeks following exposure.  In those situations where a critical incident such as a shooting or other high stress tragic event is involved, most departments have post event debriefings and assistance of a police psychologist to assist in working through the resulting psychological trauma.  That process works for many involved, but not all.

Instagram Image by Rachel (@sleeping_rachel) with caption : "Part of mg growth is accepting my limitations and putting up healthy boundaries. But also taking care of myself and taki" at Dallas, Texas - 1762765232717394370
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Part of mg growth is accepting my limitations and putting up healthy boundaries. But also taking care of myself and taking back my health. While there are tools out there to help (like handicap placards and medication and IVs and ports and tubes) i also need to be proactive in my health. Starting with keeping a record of myself and some quiet personal things (like bowel movements or vomit frequency). So tomorrow am i not only packing and unpacking, i will also begin an intense daily journal/record of my health. I won't ever be the picture of perfect health, but that doesn't mean i cant be healthy. ♡♡♡ Comment below if you have a way you record your daily health and tell me what you put in it! ♡♡♡ #posttraumaticstressdisorder (suspected) (suspected) (suspected)

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Poorly brain🧠

image by Poorly brain🧠 (@poorlybrain) with caption : "So my posts are very happy ones at the moment and I may look like I haven’t got anything wrong but three weeks ago I was" - 1762733388822924255
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So my posts are very happy ones at the moment and I may look like I haven’t got anything wrong but three weeks ago I was in a very bad place, extremely unwell and I did not want to be here at all, which is why I ended up as an inpatient. I have suffered with suicidal thoughts for about 8 years on and off and have even attempted a number of times. This is the nature of having , and a number of other mental health illnesses. Fortunately I’m back in a very good place (only the last two days really) and when I’m in a good place, I am so happy to be alive and that I chose to stay on this planet another day! Now I just have to make sure I’m not going on some manic episode... yeah mental Illness is tricky as you can never be sure that you’re ok - manic/sad/low/hyper bla bla bla lol. Anyone out there who suffers with suicidal thoughts, please hang in there (I know how tough it is) but you are loved, you’re not a burden to anybody and you deserve a place in this world because you matter! 💜 it does get better if you just try and ride through the thoughts, take time out for yourself and get as much support as you need. Being suicidal is not weak nor is it for ‘attention’ it’s your minds way of telling you that you’re unwell and you need to take a break and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. #posttraumaticstressdisorder

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Harmony the music princess

image by Harmony the music princess (@cure_harmony58) with caption : "I kinda feel like this one person might have made me (and is still kinda making me) even more suicidal and depressed the" - 1762721776172261040
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I kinda feel like this one person might have made me (and is still kinda making me) even more suicidal and depressed then ever. Like I am already highly depressed and suicidal and I want to jump off a cliff but I sorta feel like they are making it worse than it was before. - - . #posttraumaticstressdisorder

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Riddick The Service Dog 🇨🇦 CGN

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Dinner on the go! #posttraumaticstressdisorder •••• 🌩🌩 use code SERVICEROTTIE10 for 10% off @lightningsoftpaws 🌩🌩••••

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Riddick The Service Dog 🇨🇦 CGN

image by Riddick The Service Dog 🇨🇦 CGN (@servicerottie) with caption : "There was no handicap stall in this bathroom so Riddy waited for me at the sink #tasktrained #ptsd #servicedog #respectt" - 1762700168718997054
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There was no handicap stall in this bathroom so Riddy waited for me at the sink #posttraumaticstressdisorder •••• 🌩🌩 use code SERVICEROTTIE10 for 10% off @lightningsoftpaws 🌩🌩••••

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Riddick The Service Dog 🇨🇦 CGN

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Another successful day! I came into this conference alone and left with so many new friends, I got to learn from some really inspiring women and my cup feels full! I’m so thankful for my church family and for Riddy who helped me come here and participate! My anxiety and panic didn’t win today! 💪🏻 #posttraumaticstressdisorder •••• 🌩🌩 use code SERVICEROTTIE10 for 10% off @lightningsoftpaws 🌩🌩••••