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Bangs, noises, scares, and worse

With Bonfire night near we look at people for whom not just fireworks are painful, but the sound of other people eating; we  look at why we like being scared, and why it's good for us; and in a guest blog by Sarah Rees, Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, she discusses PTSD - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder 

Stop making that noise!
For some people loud noises don't just make them jump, they are actually painful.  But imagine if that wasn't fireworks but the sound of other people eating - what would you do then?
What's so great about being scared?
Whether it's a horror film, or a walk round a haunted house, lots of us enjoy being scared.  But why is that, and what's with people who seek out danger - what's driving them? 
What is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder? 
I'm very pleased that the CBT and EMDR therapist Sarah Rees has written a guest blog explaining PTSD - what it is, what to watch out for, and how to treat and manage it.
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