Making New Traditions on the 4th of July with PTSD

Ten Thousand Days

The 4th of July always was such a special day at our house.

Shelly loves to entertain and she is so good at it. Each year we would host a fantastic party with friends and family. It was a day that Shelly would look forward to like no other. She would do so much planning to decorate, cook and bake for this special day. She would plan fun, elaborate games that we would play near the pool. She would go all out in her quest to have such a fun and memorable day.

The day would conclude with watching the nearby fireworks show as well as setting off our own fireworks on our street.

The day became a family tradition that Shelly took a lot pride in establishing for our boys, Dylan and Taylor.

Five years ago this all changed. A day that was so special and so looked…

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