An event will most likely lead to emotional or psychological trauma if:
Emotional and psychological trauma can be caused by single-blow, one-time events such as a horrible accident, a natural disaster, military combat, abuse or a violent attack. Trauma can also stem from ongoing, relentless stress such as living in a crime-ridden neighborhood or battling cancer.
The process of bereavement may be described as having 4 phases:
I had serious doubts with RTM prior to starting. I knew I didn’t want to go the medication route to numb my PTSD problems, but I also thought that there is no way that this process could work. I wanted relief from what I was dealing with and especially the sleep problems, depression and defensiveness. It is incredible, but it seems that all my PTSD with regard to the events have resided. It has been 2 months since we went through the treatment and I have no sense of guilt or shame. I feel okay with what I witnessed, and the (RTM) has subsided all my concerns over my 28-year career in the military (deaths, accidents, arrests, war zones, etc.). I am sleeping better, and I feel much more engaged with my family. I hid from the world for almost 2 years and caused a lot of problems that now need to be resolved with my wife and children. I am not as defensive as I was prior to treatment. I feel that I am actively participating with my family again. I definitely recommend the (RTM) Protocol to Veterans that are contending with PTSD. I had doubts even while going through the treatment, but compared to my options of continued depression or medications, what did I have to lose? It is incredible to say that I feel like there is hope again. I feel confident I am free of my past memories and able to move forward actively engaged in life. It worked for me and I believe that it will work for other veterans that suffer from PTSD. – Retired Navy Veteran
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