Sarah Doan Peace is an expert in living with challenges and instead of it making her a harder person, it has done the opposite. She exudes love and compassion to every person in every walk of life.
Even when her own medical ills took over her life, she always kept her head up. To date, she has had thirty-five surgeries, so Sarah is no stranger to the hot topic of medical PTSD.
Your three takeaways from this week’s episode:
- What medical PTSD is.
- How to manage medical PTSD.
- That even caretakers can be affected by medical PTSD.
If you or someone you know is dealing with medical PTSD, please click on the following links to get more information. You don’t have to suffer. There are ways to tackle this issue and feel better. Thank you, Sarah, for letting us walk a mile in your shoes.
Resources for understanding medical PTSD:
“I Have Medical PTSD–but It Took a Long Time to Accept That”
“When Treatment Becomes Trauma: Defining, Preventing, and Transforming Medical Trauma”
Sarah Doan Peace is a speaker, writer and foodie & cooking expert. A native Nevadan, she lives in Las Vegas with her fur baby, Ziggy. She does all she can to share miracles over mayhem and bring joy, inspiration and ease to people’s lives. Find Sarah on Facebook to talk more about medical PTSD and inquire about working with her.
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