My mother repeatedly tells me what a whiz I must be in the kitchen, and my response to her is always the same: I have no culinary prowess whatsoever, and no idea what dishes “need” to kick up the flavour... what I am really good at is following instructions. So naturally recipes are a breeze. Now, if you’re at all like me, but instead wanted to substitute, say, peking duck, for PTSD, well you’re in luck! Here’s how you can cook up the perfect batch in 12 easy steps! Feel free to download the recipe and share it with all your friends: "How to get PTSD in 12 Easy Steps!!"
How to get PTSD in 12 Easy Steps!!
What’s that!? You wanted to increase your likelihood of developing persistent Post-traumatic Stress Disorder? Well you’re in luck! This list is full of great ideas to help get you started. Be sure to follow as many as possible to give yourself the best chance of success.
Adapted from Dr. Donald Meichenbaum, Factors That Influence Who Develops PTSD. https://melissainstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/1Meichenbaum.FactorsInfluenceDevelopmentofPTSD.pdf