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4 Reasons That Helped Jeff Hardy Recover From Post Traumatic Stress

What is PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)? It is a mental state where one is so affected by some type of trauma in one's life that it causes extreme and long-lasting mental and physical symptoms. It is not just a simple case of one's emotions or being angry; it is more than that. There are a lot of different reasons that people get PTSD, but if you ask Jeff Hardy (the professional MMA fighter) what is behind his mind being able to recover from this disorder, he says "My mind was trained to fight".

Jeff Hardy, a former college football player, says he had been playing with his head when he experienced some form of trauma while playing with his high school team. What happened is that he went through something that no one else could have imagined. He says that he saw his coach being attacked by one of his players and that his coach kept trying to get the other players to help him, but nobody else was willing to put their life on the line for him. This is when he realized that he had to break free from his mind's grasp - literally. And he did.

The trauma that he had gone through made him feel as if his whole life was in danger, and that his mind was as damaging as the physical pain that he was feeling. The attack had made him numb to the world and to the pain that he was feeling, and therefore, he didn't know how to handle the situation. Nobody else was with him then, and he had to do things on his own. There were a lot of people who could have helped him, but he chose not to use their help.

These people that he could have taken in were the ones that he thought would understand him, and that he could depend on. He could have become a better person by having them by his side, but he didn't want to. He felt as if these people would only make him seem like an idiot - like he was weak and needed to be coddled, or like he deserved to lose everything because of what had happened to him. So instead, he turned his back on them. But then he looked at the others and saw how he was doing, and realized that he was strong and worthy of being a winner.

By surrounding himself with positive, supportive people who love him and care about him, he was able to turn his life around. He realized that he would no longer need anyone to be there for him, that the people who were there for him before are the ones who will always be there for him now. He became an example to many of his peers, and they were able to follow in his footsteps and develop a healthy sense of self-worth.

It took a lot of hard work and determination on his part, but it's worth it when you consider the outcome. There's one other thing that you should take away from this story, and that is that it can help you decide if you should throw yourself into a stressful situation, or if you should simply learn to handle ones. If you have been taught to rely on substances and stimulants to give you that "high," stop doing so. In a time when alcohol and drug abuse is becoming more widespread, it's imperative that people who use them understand the dangers of taking them.

What you should be thinking about, though, is whether or not you are one of the many people in the world who suffer from some form of mental illness. If you are, then you need to get help, get treated, and start living again - the way you used to. There are plenty of ways to do that, and one of them is to start going to therapy, whether you choose to attend in person or online.

The world is full of people like you and me, people who have been through difficult situations, and who now find themselves unable to function normally in society. The good news is that you don't have to let this condition hold you back, or even control you. There are things that you can do - things that Jeff Hardy did, that will work wonders for you, too - and they don't involve getting high or drinking any type of substance.