Overcoming Post Traumatic Embitterment disorder

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When we experience trauma in our work environment, we could easily fall prey to allowing bitterness to infect our being. When we become consumed with bitterness we are unable to function at optimal level and find ourselves being alienated as a result of our negative attitude. Recognising that you are suffering from Post Traumatic Embitterment Disorder (PTED) is the first step in the right direction to healing and peace.

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