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Any holiday can be hard for people with post-traumatic stress disorder, because they may feel unable to connect with others after the traumatic event changed the way they see themselves and the world, said Dr. Abby Norouzinia, who practices at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. But Valentine’s Day presents its own challenges for people who survived sexual assault, domestic violence or other trauma related to dating and romantic relationships, she said.