Heavily Meditated: Coping with c-PTSD, suicidal ideation, & bad brain chemistry,

It’s time for another episode of SPIKE on YouTube. This week I tackle the upbeat topics of c-PTSD, suicidal ideation, and bad brain chemistry, and I share hoe becoming heavily meditated gave me some additional tools to help me cope. Don’t worry, I wind up laughing in the end. Source: Youtube

COFFEE & A CHAT: distraction 4 cPTSD ! NOT 4 KIDS

hello friends 🐻 Sharing how I distract myself when complex post traumatic stress disorder thoughts break through 🌿 Collapsible 1988 Carrycot – see how it collapses 👏 this video is NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN #carolinerebornknight #cptsdrecovery #distractingmymind Source: Youtube

Ep 1233: Push Ups for PTSD, No Sleep, Same Strength?

Day 1233/6901. Join me in my fight to spread awareness to and for everyone regarding mental health, PTSD, and Suicide Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that’s triggered by a terrifying event — either experiencing it or witnessing it. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares and severe anxiety, as well as uncontrollable thoughts… Read More »

Why rethinking PTSD can change everything | Charlie Webster | TEDxNHS

In the summer of 2016 broadcaster and journalist Charlie Webster was in a comma and on life support. Thankfully she survived – a ‘miracle’ according to her doctors. But Charlie’s talk doesn’t focus on what happened, or even how it happened. Instead she charts the journey of followed. As she navigated the rough seas of… Read More »

Is It PTSD or Schizophrenia? Post Traumatic Psychosis -Psychotherapy Crash Course

In this video, I discuss a phenomenon known as post traumatic psychosis. The behaviors of hospital staff and other mental health therapists, an involuntary commitment, coercive treatments, a bad experience with a mental health group, and even the experience of trauma itself can trigger PTSD with psychotic symptoms. “Trauma, especially early life trauma, is a… Read More »

Anxiety 6 Common Causes

According to a recent survey by the National Institute of Mental Health (2017), Anxiety is the most common mental illness, with over 40 million adults in the US alone being diagnosed every year. The American Psychological Association (2013) defines anxiety as a future-oriented concern that may lead people to avoid situations that trigger or worsen… Read More »


Mission Objectives: 1 . Follow the pre-planned route only! 2. NO Stopping, or U-Turns! The team with the most damage wins. Both teams in the Dragoon 90. “VETERANS-UK [XARMY] Battalion” “BRIT-CRUSADER” is a War Gaming channel dedicated to Military Veterans who enjoy playing the PC Game ARMORED WARFARE. This online multi-player modern tank game has… Read More »

Fergal Keane steps down because of PTSD (BBC/(Global)) – BBC News – 24th January 2020

With many years of war correspondence, covering places all over the world, the veteran BBC reporter is stepping down with PTSD, which he has been suffering with for several years. He is currently 61 years old. Wikipedia: Fergal Patrick Murphy Keane OBE is an Irish Foreign correspondent with BBC News, and an author. For some… Read More »

From Mega Migraine to Minor Migraine & Gym

Yesterday was the nightmare before waking, migraine inducing day that normally would have knocked me out for days. I was able to change that around and I share some tips for how I’ve been able to make that happen. The Free Resources and notes are available here – https://consciouswarrioracademy.thinkific.com/courses/free-complexptsd-resources Our Worldwide Family meets on FB… Read More »