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I don’t want to be an isolationist but I fear talking to people about PTSD who have not experienced it; it is difficult because I feel I don’t want to have to explain why I feel what I feel and I don’t want the knock-back because they don’t get it. I don’t always have the right words to say. Its not the same in anyway to typing this now: I am in control, I can rewrite and rewrite as many times as I like to express exactly what I want to say.

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  1. I also find it much easier to write than to have a conversation. I can stop from writing to compose my thoughts without looking crazy. When I speak, the first thing said is now said. When I write, you only hear what I let you hear, I can change it and no one knows what my initial thoughts were. (I edited this 4 times).


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