It’s called “secondary trauma” — the trauma of living with trauma. For me it’s another morning that I can’t make sense of.
Being vocal and speaking out about PTSD is the first step to getting help.
Why the procedural failures of governmental agencies fail to protect the lives of mental health sufferers.
On failing to cope.
I felt so much, I started to feel nothing.
How can you fight something that you don’t understand or recognize?
Sam DeSilva gets candid about his inner self talk.
One man’s story of going from not being able to cope with the trauma to being able to breathe and hope for the future.
PTSD: Trauma and the road to recovery.
Sam De Silva shares his first-hand accounts of trauma.
Despite escaping with my life while thousands of others died on the island, it wasn’t the first wave, or the second wave of the Asian Tsunami, that came closest to killing me.
Social media is changing our perception of and participation in society. Sam De Silva poses that social media is a vehicle of personal and social reform.
After surviving the devastating 2004 tsunami, Sam de Silva says, “Despite the pain, there is still hope.”
How I ended up in tears on Twitter twice.
I went AWOL again. This isn’t the story I wanted to write…
When your dealing with PTSD, take what works and run with it.