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I have had lower intestinal pain for a while now. I have undiagnosed PTSD. One of the major PTSD triggers for me is medical authority and medical facilities. But I have really good UNUSUAL coping skills. I must #beatboxdance and wear a shirt that says in big print on both sides "Please Remind Me To Breathe #ThankYou" I can do this to stay in a trance when I go near medical facilities. Or else I have a Autistic meltdown. Or I breathe and I get my big ego cartoon flesh away from triggers and go back inside this box. I am fine here. PTSD is outside. I am inside. I use my #breathwork #beatboxdancing coping skills for the lower intestinal pain. I do not want to go near triggers. This is about selfcare and the children.. When are all the wars going to stop? What shall we do about my lower intestinal pain?
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I hope you are better now. I know that this is a very late response to this post but know that you are not alone. I sometimes feel that too especially when I'm walking alone or have to go out by myself. I also feel intense pain in my stomach every time I feel overwhelmed. I was prescribed pills that can help me alleviate what I'm feeling. I hope you feel better.
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