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Allan

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Sep 15, 2013
 

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I wish I had the words to explain it better, at least how it affected me and even then I could not explain it all. Life is a matter of perspectives and PTSD can change those perspectives in ways that are not rational.Each person affected loses a part of themselves. For me it was trust and an uneasiness with unfamiliar surroundings. for a long time I couldn't sit with my back to a window or doorway and my friend had issues with loud noises and whispers. Everyone gets a different version but trauma is the catalyst, and nobody can predict what anothers reaction would be, i can talk about it now but 10 years ago I wouldn't have said a thing about it.Anytime you want to delve deeper just revive the thread or start a new one. I think it is a good thing for people to see the other side and hope it helps even one person to gain some compassion whether they feel Zimmerman is worthy of it or not.

Since: Sep 13

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Instead of worrying about treyvon why not worry about the 100's of Mexicans being killed on the Mexican boarder !!! Or the murder rate in p,r that puts the Chicogo murder rate to shame !! Worrie about your own ppl killing each other 2 behind blacks y'all sound like raciest hillbillies smh lol !

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