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These moving images were selected from the results of a search I did on the term “PTSD” through foter. Attributes and rights can be found in lower right corner of each image.

Peace be to the sufferers and those who care for them.


The Intensity of PTSD / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA
PTSD Nation / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA
Soaptree / Foter / CC BY
otisarchives4 / Foter / CC BY
Dr.S.Ali Wasif / Foter / CC BY-NC-ND
Inner Anguish!
Dr.S.Ali Wasif / Foter / CC BY-NC-ND
Dr.S.Ali Wasif / Foter / CC BY-NC-ND

8 thoughts on “PTSD

  1. Very describing art as looks like PTSD, which is not nice to live with.
    Could it be possible for you to use a bigger font? Even with reading glasses I find it difficult to read.

    1. Sorry about the font. If you press the Ctrl key and the + (plus) key several times, you can increase the size of what you’re viewing on the screen. Use the Ctrl and – (minus) key to decrease the size.

      I hope this help.

      I really appreciate you visiting, irenedesign2011.

      1. I use my tablet here in the morning, and I have ordered a big font, but still found it difficult to read. I don’t have a scroll bottom here.
        Thanks for your help for PC.

        1. Oh, I see. I’m using the fonts that come with the theme I’m using. Occasionally, though, I do use code to make the font smaller when I don’t want too much attention drawn to the text. Sorry about that.

          I’m surprised that there isn’t a way to increase the viewing size for your tablet. I’ve never had one so I’m not familiar with their ins and out…

          1. Thank you, I like your blog and will read, when I can 🙂

  2. Very moving images Kurt. The central character in my first novel suffers from PTSD so I researched the subject in depth. The images portray the condition so well.

    1. Yeah, they move me as well. I’m glad you’ve brought your creative power to bear upon and highlight this important issue, Robert. Good luck with your work. Thank you for visiting.

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