You do not have to have had PTSD to be held back by shyness, or feel an inadequacy to function in today’s society. Anyone who has ever had any type of social interaction problem, I consider having a valuable opinion to add to this “Group Think Tank.”
If you do not want to be part of a call you can leave a comment on your opinions or personal story (which will remain private) No names or emails will be shared except my own
J.L. Pitts (Julie)
I am taking a poll to see if anyone would be interested in doing ” a group think tank conference call” to help me with my new position as a Certified Professional Coach Specializing in PTSD Social Integration.
After you leave therapy and sometimes during therapy, there is a time of just feeling refreshed now that you have the tools to get a handle on and manage the symptoms of PTSD. I want to know about the aspects of integrating back into society that you are facing. I personally went through an awkward stage of trying to become part of society after I left therapy. Why, you ask? Because I had come from some major dysfunctional family interactions, as a child I knew how to “act normal” but, I did not know how to truly interact with other people, make friends with healthy boundaries or be able to attend social functions without fear of “not fitting in”
I want to know what are your thoughts about social integration and PTSD. The PTSD can be caused by any trauma and war vets are welcome and encouraged to participate. It would just be a group of people talking on a call, most likely about experiences they have in common. So if you have PTSD caused by any trauma and are having any trouble with social situations. Please, take the time to answer the poll question. I don’t need or require your personal information. Just to know if you are interested. Then if I can get even two more people to join the “think tank call” It will be worth the effort to know the minds of people who are dealing with social issues right now.