I can vouch for EMDR. I actually started on it for years of built up PTSD prior to D-Day. For PTSD it has been great as much as I thought how such a thing could work but until the next day I realized that it had worked on the specific event that I was dealing with at that time. Sure the memory wasn't gone and I could recall it but not as vividly and without the images attached to it. It is harder to think about that incident and like there is a mental block when I try to picture the images.
Unfortunately I have a couple of years to go to work through my list of events and didn't need my wife adding this to the mix.Since DDAY there has been a mixture of the original PTSD issues and some issue with my WS. I really think it has calmed my thinking about some of the issues and don't find myself angry towards the WS or AP, not that I was really every angry with the AP.Damot
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