Hi Michelles, I too live with ptsd, depression and anxiety, I have done all my life. On the surface I'm bright n cheery but underneath I'm a total mess. I have a lot of days where I wish I wasn't here, I get flashbacks reliving moments I wish I never encountered, seen or witnessed, but I did, can't change that no matter how much I try, but I also get days where I get to see a moment of joy & happiness, from something I see, hear or experience, this can place an instant, uncontrollable smile on my face & a glow in my heart, these are the moments I look forward to experiencing.
The thing I lack the most in life is to talk to someone who understands my wobbly days, days where I cry for hours on end because I can't understand my emotions during reliving my experiences via thoughts in my head.
So if you want to talk or offload, be my Gift.
I think when we share the moments of our life experiences, we all learn & lighten our own heads.
But writing your thoughts, feelings, emotions & the dramas in our brains is definitely a way forward to understanding oneself better.
Kind wishes Wonkie-Lass xx