In fact, emotional expression can be difficult for a person with PTSD and sometimes they can err on the side of being cold and stoic.
Love and understanding what treatment options are available are important in the course of healing.
In fact, like often attracts like or its counterpart.
For instance, unhealthy relationships are often build on the primal exchanges of a narcissist and a codependent.
The first is mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, or PTSD.A perpetual sense of failing washes over your relationship and you are characterized as being wrong for everything.Further, there are ridged rules, sometimes affairs, and outlandish accusations.In fact, it can be exhausting to be with someone with PTSD because they keep odd and sporadic sleep schedules.Further they can have a hair-trigger temper or act impulsively when making decisions.When in relationship with someone with this disorder it can feel like being a border guard always on patrol or high alert.It takes a high caliber of self-control to regulate situations.In fact, there’s a little crazy inside of all of us.When going to school to get my Masters in counseling I was warned by my teachers that when reading the DSM—the bible of mental health disorders—I would crazy because it talks about behaviors we all display at one point or another.Personality disorders are often meant to be used as a diagnostic tool.It is meant to be used to give a greater description to events you may be experiencing in your relationship.A few common reactions to being with a depressive person is to flight, fight, or freeze.It’s the natural reaction to stave off becoming depressed yourself.Again, there is a spectrum of functional on one side and dysfunctional on the other.