I owe you guys a bit of a life update…
Right now, I am facing the possibility of amputation or significant surgery in the upcoming months, and if I’m honest I’m struggling. This is a situation in which I am challenged to find new ways of coping with my trauma, because almost all of my previous coping methods and means of dealing with PTSD triggers revolved around physical activity. And so, the adventure begins!
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