PTSD Awareness Month and Art

It is PTSD Awareness Month. As someone who has dealt with it and continues to heal and recover, I can empathize with those that are in the same position. Just understand that there are resources out there. If you are still struggling, I will first say to forgive yourself. In most cases, you have done things you regret or just feel a sense of shame and guilt for you feel.

Since this is one of the most important topics to me, I will be offering a discount of 20% on my website for the entire website to buy some art that helps to relax, stay in the moment and cope with some of the pain. 

The official definition of PTSD:

PTSD is an anxiety disorder that some people develop after seeing or living through an event that caused or threatened serious harm or death. PTSD may result in sleep problems, irritability, anger, recurrent dreams about the trauma, intense reactions to reminders of the trauma, disturbances in relationships, and isolation. Some people may recover a few months after the event, but for others, it may take years. For some, PTSD may begin long after the events occur. However, PTSD can be treated. Symptoms can manifest in over 600,000 ways so it does not look the same exactly for everyone. 

HHS, along with the Departments of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Defense (DOD), is supporting new research to reveal the underlying causes of PTSD and related conditions, develop better tools to identify those at the highest risk of developing the disorder and develop new and better treatments and preventive interventions.

NIMH and National Institutes of Health fact sheets and information on clinical trials and scientific studies on PTSD at


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