Tuesday, July 7, 2020

PTSD Patrol: What signals are you giving out?

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Kathie Costos
July 7, 2020

If you had lights on your body, like you vehicle has, then you would automatically let people know what mood you're in.

Red lights: stop, do not approach, stay away
Yellow lights: OK with talking but proceed with caution
Regular lights: Normal conditions
High Beams: Upbeat mood

What if your forehead had lights like your dashboard does? It would let people know you needed service to be done and a mechanic. Your battery is running low. You are unbalanced. Your fuel is low or you have a full tank.

There are all kinds of signals you actually give. The trick is, noticing what signals you are giving so you can explain it to them. It will also help you understand what you are seeing in others.
Your vehicle has plenty of lights to notify others what you are doing and what you need to know as about what your vehicle needs. So do you.

Learn what signals you are already giving and let those around you understand what those signals mean. #BreakTheSilence and #TakeBackYouLife from #PTSD

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