The Effects Of Ptsd From Ptsd ( Post Traumatic Stress Disorder ( Ptsd )

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Having a disability is tough but being different for the norms can even be tougher. For this assignment I had to interview two individuals whom have a disability or are different from the norms. For my first interview I decided to interview one of my co-workers and friends named Jim. The session lasted for about thirty minutes to an hour and afterwards we even discussed it further over lunch. Now you might ask what disability does Jim have or why is he different from the norms not considered a disability. For Jim he even looks like he might not even have a disability at all, but they why he is different is that suffers from having a severe case of PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) from his time serving in Vietnam War. Throughout the interview I was able to gather useful information that I had already knew about people who suffer from PTSD. However there were times during the interview process that I was able gather information that was very surprising even for someone who has a father who suffers from PTSD. In addition I was also able to gather specific information throughout the interview process that should be very useful as I continue my process as a rehabilitation counselor. Nevertheless before I get to the information that I could eventually use in my future profession I must first disclose specific information that I had already known about people who suffers from having a severe case of PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder).
When having a father who has a case of…

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