Posttraumatic Stress Disorder is not just a disorder for soldiers. It’s not just for hostage victims, and it’s not just for those that had a near-death experience. It’s also for the children with bruises and scars that their parents painted them with. It’s for those whose cars became a deathtrap, caging them in. It’s for anyone who has ever feared for their life, their being, and their sanity, when such fear has been tattooed in their brain with a threat to possibly never be erased.