I often thought and felt like a lab rat,lets try this pill or that one.If asked what it did to my brain they never were really sure.I think only someone having gone through PTSD and living with it,fully understands the helplessness and isolation we feel.I wish to provide a small group home where we can help each other,talk,cry or as i do at times barricade myself in my room during a bad nightmare,have someone there that knows you are experiencing a flashback.Is not angry but helps you till the crisis passes.
PTSD does not go away at least not here,they had excellent results with mdma in trials in other country's but it is not licensed for use here.
We need a home and many more in years to come.Let us be the first one,please help another human soul.
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