Blog Posts - Ptsd



5 Things I’m Reminding Myself To Stay Positive – Living With PTSD

I would be lying if I said that I’m not seriously struggling right now, and if I said that the level of positivity conveyed through this blog was representative of my current feelings. Truthfully, positivity and motivation is like the sun peek...
by Chasing Winters on May 3, 2016

Shredding my Way to Recovery (Hopefully)

So, maybe it’s important that I address the question fully. Why snowboarding? Obviously, I’ve already mentioned my desire to do it for a long time, and I’ve briefly gone into detail about needing to for the physical benefits on my a...
by Chasing Winters on May 1, 2016

Shredding my Way to Recovery (Hopefully)

So, maybe it’s important that I address the question fully. Why snowboarding? Obviously, I’ve already mentioned my desire to do it for a long time, and I’ve briefly gone into detail about needing to for the physical benefits on my a...
by Chasing Winters on May 1, 2016

What is Acute Stress Disorder?

By David Joel Miller. Stress can knock you down and leave you in the mud. Most people have heard of the granddaddy of all the Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, far fewer people have heard of the smaller … Co...
by counseolrssoapbox on Apr 15, 2016

Is it Anxiety, Stress or PTSD?

By David Joel Miller. Just how stressed out are you? Everyone experiences a little stress in their day-to-day life.  Having anxiety in your life is considered just a part of modern life.  But sometimes that stress and anxiety overwhelms people.  &...
by counseolrssoapbox on Apr 13, 2016

My Caregiver Worst Fear

Every caregiver has a worst fear - a nightmare scenario that unfolds like an unwanted, sinister guest in the imagination.  It might be triggered by the sound of an unusual thud upstairs, a front door slamming, or the smell of burning toast. &nbs...

Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders.

By David Joel Miller. Stress can now be a mental illness. One of the changes in our thinking about mental illness that resulted from the process of revision of the DSM was the creation of a new separate chapter for … Continue reading →...
by counseolrssoapbox on Apr 1, 2016

Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders.

By David Joel Miller. Stress can now be a mental illness. One of the changes in our thinking about mental illness that resulted from the process of revision of the DSM was the creation of a new separate chapter for … Continue reading →...
by counseolrssoapbox on Apr 1, 2016

'22 Veterans A Day In The United States Commit Suicide!'

Learn more about Heroes To Heroes Foundation that successfully helps our combat veterans who are suffering with PTSD, Moral Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury!Read the article at LinkedIn here. Advertisement ...
by The Political Commentator on Mar 24, 2016

Autism Screening App May Help With Early Signs of PTSD

In the hope that an autism screening app may help with early signs of PTSD, the Navy is funding research to see if the app […]...
by How To Learn on Mar 24, 2016

Suppressing Past Traumatic Memories Effects Present Memory Formation

Suppressing traumatic memories can cause amnesia, research suggests – New study could explain why people suffering from PTSD and other psychological disorders can have difficulty forming everyday memories. The study offers new insights into th...
by Inside The Alcoholic Brain on Mar 15, 2016

Alone In The Wind by Judy Bruce

Everything seems to be going well for Megan. Her mother, whom she had long believed to be dead, is alive and part of her life again; she just got married to the love of her life; and the law firm her father left her is beginning to take shape under h...
by Epic Book Quest on Mar 15, 2016

Suppressing Past Traumatic Memories Effects Present Memory Formation

Suppressing traumatic memories can cause amnesia, research suggests – New study could explain why people suffering from PTSD and other psychological disorders can have difficulty forming everyday memories. The study offers new insights into th...
by Inside The Alcoholic Brain on Mar 15, 2016

Alone In The Wind by Judy Bruce

Everything seems to be going well for Megan. Her mother, whom she had long believed to be dead, is alive and part of her life again; she just got married to the love of her life; and the law firm her father left her is beginning to take shape under h...
by Epic Book Quest on Mar 15, 2016

Brain Sculpting

  Did not do any EMDR yesterday as I was too exhausted still, a week after the previous session! My wife was like this too, so very very tired until the day before the next session, the following week, so she was averaging one day in seven when...

Adapting the Maladaptive – How EMDR Reprocesses the Past

This is a good introduction (1) into EMDR, the theory behind it and how it works in reprocessing the past!   “EMDR: A Chance Discovery Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) was developed by psychologist, Francine Shapiro, i...
by Inside The Alcoholic Brain on Mar 11, 2016

PTSD...This IS NOT A Request For A Donation!

This IS NOT A Request For A Donation!Heroes To Heroes Foundation Simply Needs Your Social Media Help! Twitter Follow: https://twitter.com/heroestoheroes Facebook Like: https://www.facebook.com/Heroes-to-Heroes-Foundation-196906040...
by The Political Commentator on Mar 11, 2016

Adapting the Maladaptive – How EMDR Reprocesses the Past

This is a good introduction (1) into EMDR, the theory behind it and how it works in reprocessing the past!   “EMDR: A Chance Discovery Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) was developed by psychologist, Francine Shapiro, i...
by Inside The Alcoholic Brain on Mar 11, 2016

Military Combat Veterans [del.icio.us]

This IS NOT A Request For A Donation! Heroes To Heroes Foundation Simply Needs Your Social Media Help!
by The Political Commentator on Mar 11, 2016

Brain Sculpting

  Did not do any EMDR yesterday as I was too exhausted still, a week after the previous session! My wife was like this too, so very very tired until the day before the next session, the following week, so she was averaging one day in seven when...


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