Tag Archives: #metoo

PTSD, Depression and Suicide

I think one of the more difficult experiences I have ever had was the death and burial of my best friend almost 13 years ago. The cause of death was suicide. I couldn’t save her and it was hard for me to accept I was helpless to help her at that juncture in my life.… Read More »

S3E4 Molly Maeve: Her Story of Hollywood Sexual Abuse at Age 15 by Movie Producer James Toback

Molly, a C-PTSD survivor and ketamine advocate, is an award-winning investigative journalist and is on a mission to educate the public about complex PTS (post-traumatic stress), which most often stems from childhood sexual assault. PTS(D) is not just a veterans’ problem and she’d like to do for sexual assault survivors what the veterans’ community has… Read More »

S3E10 Sean Wyman: Letting Go: A Military Veteran’s 8-Step Trauma Recovery Process

Author, Trauma Recovery Speaker, Military Veteran & Radio Host Sean Wyman shares his story of overcoming childhood abuse (C-PTSD) and 30 years of barricaded hate. He believes it is inside of all of us to live the life we want to live. Sean understands adversity very well. From an abusive childhood, contemplating murder at age… Read More »

Goldman Sachs junior claimssix colleagues tried to gang rape her for a bet

Goldman Sachs launched an investigation after a former employee claimed six of her colleagues tried to rape her at a client dinner. The firm has reportedly offered to meet the former junior associate, who says the men tried to ually assault her in London in March 1994 for a bet. At the time she made… Read More »

S3E10 Memoir Authors Speak: Is Love Possible After Sexual Assault? Special Holiday Episode

Brought to you by Torah Bontrager (Amish author, speaker, podcaster + entrepreneur), this panel features memoir authors who are all sexual assault survivors (with the exception of Stephanie, who is here as an expert offering tools for trauma). Torah thought that a discussion about love for survivors might be particularly helpful for people who feel… Read More »

PTSD Symptoms Explained by Debbie Unterman

Do you ever feel that your brain is betraying you? There is a reason. After a traumatic event, it is impossible to utilize the executive functioning on the pre-frontal cortex. Learn to recognize the symptoms so you can give yourself (and others) a break. Post Traumatic Stress is normal. Be sure to seek help before… Read More »

S3E8 Dr. Glen Brooks, MD: A Crash Course on Ketamine Clip 2/5

Dr. Glen Brooks explains, based on decades of ketamine research, why post-traumatic stress isn’t a chemical imbalance and really much more of a structural problem. He explains how ketamine can fix the neurons in our mood centers so that we PTSD sufferers can have a normal mood again. Ketamine is a very good drug and… Read More »

S3E4 Molly Maeve: Building Awareness Around PTSD Clip 7/8

stress), which most often stems from childhood sexual assault. PTS(D) is not just a veterans’ problem and she’d like to do for sexual assault survivors what the veterans’ community has done for themselves in terms of rectifying public perception, changing public policy, and organizing a supportive community of survivors. Molly shares her story of having… Read More »

S3E10 Sean Wyman: Share Your Story. Heal the World. Clip 6/6

Author, Trauma Recovery Speaker, Military Veteran & Radio Host Sean Wyman shares his story of overcoming childhood abuse (C-PTSD) and 30 years of barricaded hate. He believes it is inside of all of us to live the life we want to live. Sean understands adversity very well. From an abusive childhood, contemplating murder at age… Read More »

S3E10 Sean Wyman: How to Hack Your Trauma Recovery Clip 3/6

Author, Trauma Recovery Speaker, Military Veteran & Radio Host Sean Wyman shares his story of overcoming childhood abuse (C-PTSD) and 30 years of barricaded hate. He believes it is inside of all of us to live the life we want to live. Sean understands adversity very well. From an abusive childhood, contemplating murder at age… Read More »

S3E4 Molly Maeve: Manipulation and Control Clip 5/8

stress), which most often stems from childhood sexual assault. PTS(D) is not just a veterans’ problem and she’d like to do for sexual assault survivors what the veterans’ community has done for themselves in terms of rectifying public perception, changing public policy, and organizing a supportive community of survivors. Molly shares her story of having… Read More »