Jessica Hamblen PhD


Fear and Anger in PTSD

After a traumatic event, you may develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). You may not feel close to people, or you may feel on edge. Your friends and family may tell you that you don’t seem the same. You may feel angry. Anger is a normal response to a traumatic event. Anger gives you the energy to act quickly and…

PTSD and Suicide Thoughts

With post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), your symptoms can be overwhelming. You may be thinking about harming yourself, or even thinking about suicide. Sometimes people with PTSD also have depression, panic attacks, severe anxiety, or a substance use problem. This may put you at a higher risk for suicide. You may…

PTSD and Your Family

Covers how you and your family can be better prepared for changes PTSD can bring to your life. Looks at family support and talking with your kids. Discusses triggers that suddenly remind you of your traumatic event. Includes coping with holidays.

Fear and Anger in PTSD

After a traumatic event, you may develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). You may not feel close to people, or you may feel on edge. Your friends and family may tell you that you don’t seem the same. You may feel angry. Anger is a normal response to a traumatic event. Anger gives you the energy to act quickly and…

PTSD and Panic Attacks

Covers panic attack, an intense fear that comes on suddenly. Looks at physical symptoms such as chest pain, pounding heartbeat, and sweating. Includes getting treatment with cognitive-behavioral therapy or medicine.