We forget to question … What is it that I really want to do with my life?

7 Mar

We forget to question … What is it that I really want to do with my life?

Many of us have traumatic experiences – abandoned by a loved one, a serious illness, divorce, accidents, sexual abuse, saw terrible things and others. At that time, we probably would feel very uneasy or afraid or experience a deep sadness. But usually the pain will pass, and life becomes more normal. Unfortunately, often someone who is experiencing a frightening incident or experience that changed life situations will experience severe stress where memories were not reduced, even for a moment. In some people, these experiences so extreme that they can not accept the reality experienced. Someone who feels like this might be suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD. Ayahuasca Church not only to provide treatment for people depression but also provide treatment for people who suffer from PTSD because this will be very important, a simple healing method that could save many lives and souls.

A person develops PTSD is the result of a response to an extreme trauma – a terrible incident that a person experienced, witnessed, or learned, especially those that threaten life or cause physical suffering. The experience causes a person to feel a very strong fear or helplessness. The symptoms of PTSD are contained heavy and obvious stressor such as violence, rape, disasters, wars and suffering that will cause symptoms that are meaningful to almost everyone. Penghayatan repeated trauma was evidenced by there is the least amount of memory that is repeatable and superior about the events, dreams repeatedly of that event, arise suddenly the behavior or feeling as if the events of traumatic it was present again, then their collect responses or reduced relations with the outside world that began sometime after trauma.

The most visible symptom is the guard or surprised reaction excessive, sleep disturbances, feeling guilty for escape from the danger of death, while others do not, or feel guilty about the act of doing in order to stay alive. Not easy concentration, avoid yourself from activities that evoke memories of the traumatic event. Each patient generally will undergo handling steps that vary according to the symptoms, severity, and time of occurrence. Appropriate treatment will teach you ways to cope with symptoms and increased confidence.