University Fosters Insight on PTSDApril 4, 2017 | :
by Christinia Crippes
CEDAR FALLS — Snowflake. Crazy. Reclusive.
Those, and some less-polite words, are ways people with post-traumatic stress disorder said their condition is viewed by others.
They are subjected to personal questions about their trauma. They can be triggered by something like a professor repeatedly asking a question or the sound of a person’s laugh. They feel judged for their behaviors.