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I pick what�s left of Jim up and put it in the helicopter. Depress Anxiety. 2009. 26(12):1086-109. [Medline]. These may include flashbacks, hallucinations, and nightmares. I didn’t want to get upset, upset anyone else, or return to the uncomfortable memories. Anything that wobbles the apple cart—little changes, big changes, good changes, bad changes—will promote PTSD symptoms. Schwartz, Mental Help Net and CenterSite, LLC make no warranties, express or implied, about the information presented in this column.

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