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Ariana Grande, PTSD

PTSD, It Could Be Anyone

PTSD or post-traumatic stress disorder is very real and affects everyday people as well as even some of the most famous people in pop culture. While, it is normal to feel scared, anxious or sad after a traumatic experience, if those feelings don’t seem to fade and you continue to feel a sense of danger and relive the traumatic memories, you may be experiencing PTSD.

Ariana Grande, a famous singer, and actor experienced the unthinkable when the Manchester Arena bombing occurred in 2017. Twenty-two people were killed with 139 wounded, many of which were children.

In a recent interview with British Vogue…

Grande said she didn't think she'd ever be able to talk about the attack at Manchester Arena in May 2017 and not cry.
 

Click here to read the article. Image from CNN.

Getting help with your PTSD

Victims of PTSD may feel or be told that they just need to “get over it” but that is the wrong approach. It’s important to first recognize if you have symptoms and then have the courage to to find help. Making the call is the first step in your recovery.

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