Feeling unworthy because you compare yourself to others who seem to be okay but you are struggling inside.
You have feelings of loneliness and despair because you can never return to baseline like your family members remembered you.
Uncertain of when a smell, sound, or stimulation would resurface the tragic experience.
Caretakers and family members have little tools to help the soldier and cope themselves.
Knowing suicide is a horrible way out but many don't know how to cope.
It's a mental health condition triggered by a terrifying or horrific event or encounter.
By MDTV Contributor
Paul Argen, MDTV Executive Producer with Cherissa Jackson will produce 22 show segments with real life stories of individuals with PTSD as an initial series. The 22 segments will be made available for TV stations to “first run” in the news or in a made for TV news specials. Further distribution will be on relevant media, municipality, associations, and portals in a custom PTSD Faces TV Channels for digital portals such as employers to educate their workforce.
The PTSDFaces.org community will join the cause to crowdsource real video stories, where the subscribed PTSD member ($22 one year membership) is a FACE of PTSD and will share their video story such as how their receive professional help as needed and in non emergency situations this PTSDFace will always have a personal support group on PTSDFaces.org of at least 22 members. These followers can also vote for the best story that may will be filmed and become part of the made for TV PTSD FACES show segments as revenue is derived (see sample segment with Cherissa Jackson here). As more and more content is developed and people get involved to better cope or support PTSD Faces, the public is more aware and all of us together will create a better world by helping those cope who FACE PTSD.