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In this talk we build on the previous two, so you may want to roll back to the discussion on PTSD (https://www.Jenkins.tv/blog/wholeness) or even the intro to emotions in general (https://www.Jenkins.tv/blog/baggage) if you haven’t yet listened to those.

Here, I discuss Moral Injury- a close counterpart to PTSD that often looks like it and manifests symptoms in similar ways. However, despite that cliche that if it “looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck… then it’s a duck,” when it comes to PTSD and Moral Injury, the two are different.

Turns out, if you treat someone for PTSD yet they have Moral Injury, the treatment plan won’t work. It will be ineffective.

Just like this- if you treat someone for a broken leg but they really have a broken arm, your treatment will also be ineffective.

We’ve got to address the actual issue, the goal (again) being to walk in total wholeness.

In this talk I cover four main ideas that will help you understand and then seek help- or help others- struggling with Moral Injury. In my thinking, the more I study this and interact with others in the sphere of emotional health, I believe this is actually a BIGGER issue than PTSD. Moral Injury, as you’ll see, goes to the root of who we are, striking at the heart of our identity.

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