Like it on Facebook, +1 on Google, Tweet it or share this question on other bookmarking websites.
I don't know much about the situation, but I don't think it would be impossible, especially if the injury was extensive or their was a complication during the surgery. Research is finding that a variety of events that before weren't considered "traumatic," can cause ptsd.
I totally understand…it is such a thing you feel like what happened how did you pull through or why did you and now you should be full of such joy but that is not there and you think what is wrong with you right? I get it after I had surgery at first I did not think that I was so limited by it or had so many deficiency because of it then reality kicked in and then the whole PTSD settled in which it has been a little over a year and I still find it hard that is why I am on here…gosh it is the middle of summer the weather for Chicago is great but here I am stuck in the house full of anxiety and depression while my 19 year old fends for herself and so does my 9 year old UGH