Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that develops after you experience or witness a terrifying event. It’s most commonly talked about in the context of veterans returning from war (studies suggest that as high as 30% of veterans will develop the condition) but PTSD can be triggered by any number of traumatic events, including car accidents, natural disasters, an assault, and even childbirth. The symptoms of PTSD vary . . .