Living With PTSD – Learning Every Day

Learning To Live with my PTSD!

start of my PTSD
My goal for these next few posts, or however many it may take me, is to work through my issues. To relive and sort out what happened and share my story along the way. I also hope that I can help others living with any level of PTSD in silence. That they will find the courage to do that same and remove their veiled mask of PTSD! #BreakTheStigma
Some may find the following to be graphic or triggering to read. I am being honest and open!
There are days I wake up and I feel the world is in my hands. Today was that day, I woke up ready to tackle some videos for youtube and before anyone else was up. But no sooner did I sit my butt in my chair, did my daughter wake up crying. Work would have to wait, but for her that is quite ok. She always brightens my day, and gives me reason. So, it was time to feed her and hang out while mommy shark slept.

Getting it done

After awhile, baby girl became tired and was laid down for a nap. I snuck away to my office and began to work on some overlays, and other various stream related things. I even sat going over some of my previous blogs, and handwritten notes. As much as it is helping me to write these out, it is also hard to go so quick with it. I am going to cut back on the frequency of posts, to perhaps weekly, or whenever. In the meantime as I focus on this still, I will be adding extra focus to my youtube content as well. Also be using this blog still as a way to vent, and work through daily issues.

Short and Sweet

This is really a short and sweet post. Today was overall a good day. Some words were said that I do regret, some I don’t even remember saying. I hate when I get so worked up over nothing at all. But I am happy I can look back now and put it in writing that it happened, I can’t change it now, but I can learn from it.

I am learning! Slowly!
The End For Now..
This is where I am going to stop for now, but it is just the start! I don’t know what else to say right now, other than remember you do not have to live in silence with any form of PTSD! It feels good to write this out, even though it kills my stomach and makes me want to almost puke. Thank you for listening. I hope this made sense. Feel free to comment if you want clarity on something or have a question.
- MysticMike 

"Living with PTSD, Not Suffering"



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