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She soon learned however that it was important to protect everyone depending on them and made plenty of new friends.
It all comes down to the kind of person you want to meet.The term 'Traumatic Stress', is shorthand for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), which is an anxiety disorder that can develop in the wake of exposure to death, near-death, or significantly violent experiences including torture, assault, rape, car accidents, and, of course, after exposure to combat situations such as a soldier might regularly experience during the course of his or her duties. People affected with PTSD experience recurring, unbidden and horrifying memories of the trauma experience, from which they will often seek to escape by avoiding situations that remind them, however remotely, of their trauma.PTSD can occur at any time after exposure to a trauma, including many years afterwards. Such necessary avoidance can turn into a more or less complete withdrawal from the social and occupational world, and create a vulnerability to substance use and addiction problems (as substance use helps to reduce the significant arousal and hypervigilance associated with PTSD, at least at first and in the short term).Her default weapon of choice is a sword in human form and an Ōdachi when in her HDD form. Several characters, including her own friends, see Neptune as stupid and somewhat crazy, due to coming off as a clueless airhead with a tendency of asking random questions or getting shocking ideas and theories. Besides that, Neptune is easily surprised and has shown klutzy tendencies.She usually shows an eager and perky behavior and is very affectionate to generally anyone, to the point of giving them cute nicknames or refusing to give them their personal space. Often in the middle of a snack or thinking about food, more-so in the Manga and official artwork she can be seen eating every so often.
Justin Taylor, a Lancaster, Pa., native and assistant platoon sergeant for the 733rd Trans. I saw something go under the [mine roller] and I knew what it was ...