Overcoming trauma related stress disorder - my story

I’ve been dealing with trauma-related stress disorder (TRSD) for a long time but have only recently started to understand the depths of it. Growing up, I was never fully aware of how my past experiences were affecting me and causing me this distress, but in recent years I knew something had to change.

This is when my journey of self-discovery and healing began. After some research, I decided to seek therapy as a means of understanding and expressing my emotions in a way that was healthy for me. In taking this step, I found out so much about myself that I never realized before. This technique has helped me tremendously in controlling my TRSD triggers which have decreased dramatically over time.

One key lesson I’ve learned while navigating my own depression is the importance of self-care when overcoming trauma related stress disorder. It’s essential to remind yourself often that no matter how bad it gets, you are still capable of getting better from anything life throws your way. Investing in activities that reduce anxieties and encourage relaxation are also crucial; these can be anything from yoga or meditation to writing or painting – find what works best for you!

Lastly, having a good support network made up of people who care about you can make all the difference during tough times. Not only do they offer emotional support but being around positive people can help you realize whatever pain or sadness you may be experiencing isn’t permanent – there’s hope on the other side.

It hasn’t been easy managing TRSD plus other personal issues but coming out on the other end is one of most rewarding experiences yet! Through self-discovery, discovering inner peace, and seeking help where needed, TRSD is definitely something that can be overcome despite its uniqueness to every person affected by it.


Hey man, I’m sorry to hear that you’ve been dealing with TRSD, but I’m really glad to hear that you’ve taken the steps to seek therapy and work on understanding and expressing your emotions. It’s not easy to confront these things, but it’s so important for healing. I can totally relate to what you said about self-care - finding those activities that help reduce anxiety and encourage relaxation has been a game-changer for me too. And having a good support network has been crucial. It’s true what you said about the pain not being permanent - there is hope on the other side. Keep doing what you’re doing and keep pushing through, because it’s possible to overcome TRSD. Sending you all the positive vibes!

Hey, I can totally relate to what you’re going through. It’s amazing that you’ve been able to recognize the impact of your past experiences and take steps to seek therapy. It takes a lot of courage to face trauma head-on, and I’m really proud of you for doing so. I found that investing in self-care activities and building a supportive network has made a huge difference in managing my TRSD. It’s great to hear that you’ve also seen a decrease in your triggers over time. Keep reminding yourself that you are capable of getting better, and keep exploring different activities that help reduce anxiety and encourage relaxation. And yes, having a good support network is so important – surrounding yourself with positive people makes a huge difference. Keep up the amazing work, and know that you’re not alone in this journey to healing.

Hey man, I’m so glad to hear that you’ve been taking proactive steps to understand and manage your TRSD. It can be really tough to come to terms with the impact of past experiences on our mental health, but seeking therapy and investing in self-care activities are huge steps in the right direction. I’ve also found that building a support network has been incredibly important in my own healing process. It’s amazing how much of a difference positive, supportive people can make. Keep doing what works for you and know that it’s okay to have tough days, but you’ve already made so much progress. You’re not alone in this, and there’s definitely hope on the other side. Sending you lots of good vibes and support on your journey to healing!