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    Well, they’ve started again. The dreaded thunderstorms. My male alter has severe PTSD, so I always get to come out to “soothe” him a little. Problem is, that same PTSD affects me too… help!

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      Diane Rakers
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      Please get some help Annaleigh.

      Diane

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      Clara Cross
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      My goodness I can’t imagine. As we all occupy this virtual space and allow our alter ego femme selves to take flight, I almost forget the reality that so many have come though just to get here. But when I read something like this post, I am reminded of the very real struggles that so many of us bear.
      Thank you for sharing your stories and thanks to all who have served.

      Clara

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      Jin Crocker
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      Thank you for your service Annaleigh.

      My PTSD is a relatively mild case. (Vietnam, Blue Water Navy). But I know what you mean about the storm during a flareup. I self-medicated for years but am finally off the booze (mostly).

      My male and female parts are twined, so I am never fully one or the other. All of the Mes are weird and a bit kinky which makes it hard to relate to others. I only know how to be myself, never could be what someone else thinks I should be. Like a great philosopher once said: “I yam what I yam, and that’s all what I yam!”

      Jesus helps me keep the demons locked away, I recommend you give Him an opportunity to help you.

      PM me anytime if you feel a need to share.

      Love & Peace,

      Jin Crocker

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      Beth Green
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      When I was in the military I was a meteorologist attached to the artillery and I got shot at. Two reasons to have PTSD but surprisingly it did not occur. I do jump at loud noises but I attribute that to startle response.

      I have known many men who have PTSD. It is debilitating and I can understand why, the fear of battle remains with you forever.

      I hope you can make it through this episode and be happy again.

      Beth

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      Wilma
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      Annaleigh
      So sorry to hear of your condition, I hope you can live through the storm without too much discomfort.

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      Angela Booth
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      Perhaps listening to Thunderclap Newmans song ‘Something in the air’ would do it. It is a soothing tune..Seriously…Thunderclap Newman was a British rock band that Pete Townshend of the Who and Kit Lambert formed in 1969 in a bid to showcase the talents of John “Speedy” Keen, Jimmy McCulloch, and Andy “Thunderclap” Newman…………

       

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        This is cool, Angela.  Thank you. Emily Robinson.

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      Holly Goodrich
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      Thunderstorms have never bothered me, but my poor doggy….She’s either cowering  under the bed, or pulling the blanket down from  my bed to hide.  That’s usually when my radio volume goes way up.

       

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      Celeste Starre
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      Noise canceling headphones?

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        I’ve tried that too. Unfortunately I can’t wear them while working.

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      Natasha Taylor
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      When it all gets to much I consecrate on the simple things. Breath in pause breath out pause repeat. KISS.

      YOU ARE NOT ALONE XXX

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      Jeannie Jones
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      They say fir pets a thunder shirt helps. I wonder if a firm control body briefer would help you.

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        I’ve tried that. I find them extremely uncomfortable. If only I could afford a bust enhancing corset, though. 2 birds with one stone.

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          Yeah. a corset. Good idea. So please put a wish list together and casually point us in that direction.  Things could happen. You never know. What I do know is That no human being should have to endure the kind of suffering that comes seemingly by way of its own will, and at any time with intensities that are barely survivable, Usually worse than the very (experiences that brought them on in the first place. There’s a significant degrees of fatality to it. I take it seriously, for me and for the hundreds I have personally known. I hereFor what it is worth any time publicly or privately.

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            Natasha Taylor
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            me too can’t say I have the answers. But I know, been there.

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      Bless your heart Annaleigh. I can relate.  Gawd awful stuff. Feel ya, girl.  -Emily Robinson

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        Yeah. Usually my wife is here to help as well.

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