Translations Again

Psychiatric Jargon

ix. Seasonal Affective Disorder
x. Trauma
xi. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Plain English

ix. Holiday Blahs
x. Bad experience
xi. Bad experience flashbacks

PJ Pyschiatric Disorders translated into PE Personality Quirks

Some people feel bad over the holidays, and some people even go so far as to off themselves due to such bad feelings. This is not a recommended course of action for a person to take. Holidays end, things get back to normal, and life goes on. Life goes on, of course, provided one didn’t off oneself.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder was once known as Shell Shock Syndrome. War tends to include trauma. It doesn’t always hold traumatic events for all people, but for some people it does. We are increasingly coming to understand that peace time can also produce trauma. Many folks in the mental illness racket, with more or less success, have managed to upgrade their conditions from that of totally discombobulated person to that of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder sufferer. This might not have been possible if PTSD didn’t have such a tenacious hold on people. PTSD victims have a great deal of difficulty getting over the after effects of their bad experiences. Although a string of good experiences can’t guarantee the end of bad experiences, I think it would be the first place to start when seeking a resolution to these persistent unrelenting flashbacks to bad experiences. If they don’t get over it, don’t hit them, give them a little bit of time, eternity if need be, and wait for them to see things, not as they were, but as they are.

See also: Translation, Please, and Additional Translations

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