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when i've been through so many scary thing and i'm afraid i'm not gonna be as calm in the next situation.. and everything i think about makes me depressed and wanting to die.. what can i do to hold on? still have hope .. and just not do anything stupid?
feelings of worthlessness is common with PTSD, i'm happy that you have hope it is a beautiful thing to have. try to make a list of your triggers: identify what sets you off, meaning what triggers your symptoms to emerge and try to develop a plan to channel your intense fear & anxiety please believe that you are not alone many people suffer from PTSD for many differrent reasons my triggers are helicopters wire fences, heavy smoke and chemical cleaning agents i hope this helps ok :)
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