By ndbarton, Updated
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder results from witnessing or experiencing a traumatic event, which you never fully recover from and causes someone to not function around others. This storyboard shows how PTSD, which can also be categorized as a emotional/behavorial disability and lead to occupational identity loss where someone is not able to earn a living or maintain a job due to their condition.
IN The Home
The Loss of Parents
Here is my favorite family photo of me, my mom and dad. I loved them because they were always supportive of me and my hobbies. Then, one day everything changed....
I lost both of my parents in a terrible car accident. Their death has left me scarred to this day. I was left all alone and no one was there to provide for me. I was placed into a foster home, but I never fully recovered emotionally.
My emotional disability has hindered my life in many ways. I can't control my emotions which sometimes effects my behavior. I have tried to find employment but my PTSD keeps me from being hired. Employers would rather hire someone without a disability.
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