PTSD was once thought of as an illness which only afflicted veterans returning from war.
PTSD was once thought of as an illness, that was true until early in the 21st century.
This condition is visible in the family of Brannan and
PTSD is something that you usually hear about when someone goes through a traumatic experience or a solider coming home from war.
Can something without germs be contagious? Can we catch behaviors and mirror others? According to this article you can.
One example is the time Katie yelled at and attacked an elderly lady because she got angry and lost control.
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Mclelland claims that because of Branna’s exposure to a great deal of Caleb’s trauma that she has developed her own case of PTSD.
The article, Is PTSD Contagious? by Mac McClelland, explores the dynamics of a troubled family.
Brannan Vines is an inspiring, selfless woman, who puts other’s needs before her own.
Brannan Vines and many others are desperately searching for help and need other’s support.
This statement is assuming that Brannan has a warrior’s skills, however the ones listed are not exclusively warrior’s skills.
Having Caleb’s opinion of others’ opinions about himself can only be used to gain sympathy from the reader’s.
Mclelland claims that Brannan Vines husband Caleb Vines has passed on his PTSD to her.
After Calebs services were over, he developed PTSD.
Sometimes an event can trigger a flashback and make someone with PTSD feel like they’re experiencing that traumatic event all over again.
If there were a PTSD victim who could suppress their symptoms or not show any at all, their PTSD would not be transferred at all
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In the Mother Jones article, “Is PTSD Contagious?”, the author proposes that the symptoms of PTSD are transferable, specifically from an army veteran to his wife.
Some parts of the article, however, offer insight into why PTSD may be “contagious“.
“Hyperawareness”, “hypervigilance”, and “adrenaline-sharp quick-scanning” are all skills, not necessarily related to being a warrior.
In the article “Is PTSD Contagious?”, written by Mac Mclelland, she claims that PTSD can be spread to surrounding people.
Mclelland claims that due to Brannan’s exposure to a great deal of Caleb’s trauma, she has developed her own case of PTSD.
After returning home, some of his symptoms of PTSD started rubbing off onto his wife Brannan.
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