I Can’t Talk About It, But I Have to Talk About It

Apologies for the radio silence. In the past couple of weeks I’ve been going through some stuff at the house and I had to take a step back from writing and other stuff. I’m on my way to getting better, and while my brain says “I Can’t Talk About It,” my heart says “I have to talk about it.” So, let’s discuss PTSD.

To begin with, here’s a quick video about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. It’s good, because one of the first things it mentions is that you don’t have to go to war to get it. Take a look:

In the past few weeks, I had some things happen to me that pushed me over the threshold from ‘just Jackson things’ to ‘something’s wrong and you should get checked out.’ The doctor’s aren’t 100% yet, but it seems clear that I’ve got PTSD. So this blog post is short and sweet, getting back into writing again. I’m going to say more when I can, but this is all I can say for now. In the meantime, please show understanding, and remember the human.