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Struggling with trauma and PTSD? Contact a free helpline in New South Wales, Australia for support

Traumatic experiences happen more often than you might think. Because they are so common and frequently highly distressing, New South Wales, Australia has 1 to help people dealing with trauma and PTSD. Symptoms might involve:

  • Overwhelming negative emotions such as guilt, shame, sadness and anxiety
  • Being easily angered or upset
  • Frequent nightmares and disturbed sleep patterns
  • Continued negative thoughts about a traumatic experience
  • Feeling like nobody will understand what you are going through
  • Repetitive thoughts about how you could have changed or avoided the traumatic event
  • Becoming isolated, withdrawn and avoiding social situations
  • Feelings of guilt or shame about a traumatic event

The thoughts and feelings linked to trauma and PTSD are all completely normal. It’s okay to feel whatever you feel – and you can do so without guilt or shame.

Trauma and PTSD can make you feel alone, like nobody will truly understand your experiences. But there are people in New South Wales, Australia available to listen and assist. Reaching out is brave.

If you think you might need support with the symptoms of trauma & PTSD today, consider contacting a helpline in New South Wales, Australia for free, confidential help.


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