Finding Strength in Community: The Power of Gatherings at the I-Inspire House on Clubhouse for Those with PTSD

by | May 5, 2024

Finding Strength in Community: The Power of Gatherings at the I-Inspire House on Clubhouse for Those with PTSD

Living with PTSD can be a challenging and isolating experience, but finding a supportive community can make all the difference. At the I-Inspire House on Clubhouse, individuals with PTSD have found a safe space to come together. Founded by Pastor Jeff Moffett, PJ, as we are all loving, call him and his crew of moderators (I am one), meet every Sunday at 3:00 p.m. EST to connect, share their stories, and support one another on their journey toward healing. In this blog post, we will explore the power of community when living with PTSD and how gatherings like those at I-Inspire House, where they have Strong Love Talks About PTSD, can provide invaluable support and strength.

  1. A Sense of Belonging: One of the most powerful aspects of gathering at I-Inspire House is the participants’ sense of belonging. Many individuals with PTSD struggle with feelings of isolation and alienation, but coming together in a group of people who genuinely understand what they are going through can be incredibly validating. Knowing that you are not alone in your struggles and that others share similar experiences can provide a sense of comfort and connection essential for healing.
  2. Shared Understanding: Another benefit of gathering at I-Inspire House is the shared understanding among participants. Living with PTSD can be challenging to explain to those who have not experienced it themselves. Still, within this community, there is no need to explain or justify feelings and behaviors. Everyone understands each other deeply, creating a space where individuals can be themselves without fear of judgment or misunderstanding.
  3. Supportive Environment: The gatherings at I-Inspire House provide a supportive environment where individuals can feel safe to express their thoughts and emotions without fear of criticism or rejection. Having a place where you can openly discuss your struggles, fears, and triumphs with others who genuinely care about your well-being can be incredibly empowering. However, trauma dumping is not allowed. This supportive network helps individuals feel validated, heard, and understood in ways that may not be possible in other settings.
  4. Learning from Each Other: In addition to providing emotional support, gatherings at I-Inspire House also offer opportunities to learn from one another’s experiences. Sharing coping strategies, resources, and insights gained from personal journeys can help individuals navigate their paths toward healing more effectively. By coming together as a community, participants can draw strength from each other’s resilience and wisdom, creating a collective knowledge base that benefits everyone involved.
  5. Building Resilience: Ultimately, the power of community at I-Inspire House lies in its ability to help individuals build resilience in the face of trauma and adversity. By connecting with others who understand their struggles, sharing their stories openly, receiving support and validation, learning from each other’s experiences, and growing together as a cohesive group, participants are able to cultivate inner strength that helps them navigate life’s challenges more effectively.


The power of community when living with PTSD cannot be understated. Gathering at places like I-Inspire House on Clubhouse every Sunday at 3:00 p.m. EST provides individuals with a sense of belonging, shared understanding, emotional support, and opportunities for learning from one another’s experiences and ultimately helping them build resilience in the face of trauma and adversity. If you are struggling with PTSD or know someone who is seeking support, consider joining a supportive community like I-Inspire House on Clubhouse. Follow me on Clubhouse and scroll down to join the I-Inspire House, where you can find strength in numbers as you navigate your journey toward healing. Be Blessed

With Gratitude

Brenda The Soulutionist


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