Tag Archives: abuse

C-PTSD: Safety and Security

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All is Well – Calming Meditative Music by Debbie Mirza

May this song bring you peace and calm. When I wrote it I pictured an angel holding someone who is going through a difficult time. I recommend listening to it with headphones so you can really feel the gentle words and music. With love, Debbie Mirza. Here are some links to Debbie’s full album: https://music.apple.com/us/album/soul-rising/1317494559… Read More »

Beware of catfish, online intimate abuse. Processing anger (swear a lot).

My name is Xanthe Wyse & I talk about ways I manage my mental health including my creative process. I have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), social anxiety disorder. In this video, I talk about being wary online. Unfortunately, there are many predators who target vulnerable people (eg autism, mental illness,… Read More »

Triggers of PTSD after Narcissistic Abuse

We are in such a fear based place with all this madness around COVID-19. People are being triggered all around the world while they watch this all unfold. Learn the signs your PTSD is being triggered and tools to help you focus on self care. Join my private Facebook group I’m Divine Free meditation at… Read More »


You may have been a victim or a witness to a major accident, natural calamity, injury, abuse or any kind of violence and suffered from #trauma. But days, months or even years later, if you continue to feel like you’re in that trauma and your entire life and relationships are affected, ask yourself whether you… Read More »

3 Major Things People Get Wrong About Trauma

Watch this FULL video series for FREE right here: http://bit.ly/2Qijlxo In this enlightening video interview, clinical psychologist Dr. Ramani explains the 3 biggest misconceptions about trauma you should know. In this discussion, Dr. Ramani and MedCircle host Kyle Kittleson also answer these important questions about trauma: Why do people overuse the word “trauma”? When does… Read More »

Struggling With PTSD Symptoms? You're Not Alone

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this invisible disability can stop police brutality…

If you’re feeling fearful, incredulous, isolated, beyond rage and “alienated”… you are not alone. Legal abuse often goes hand-in-hand with the lack of protection by the police or the court actors. Enter the term Legal Abuse Syndrome (LAS) which was coined as a form of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) caused by ethical violation, legal… Read More »

How Do EndoCannabinoids Buffer Stress? Cannabinoid Collapse Causes Synaptic Strengthening. FPS #6

Endocannabinoids are a Hot Topic in Neuroscience & Beyond – Touted as the “Master Regulator” of most other major neurotransmitter systems, the EndoCannabinoid system is quickly emerging as a potent therapeutic target for the treatment of several psychiatric & non-psychiatric disorders. However, scientists’ ability to translate these groundbreaking research discoveries into clinical treatments is hindered… Read More »

Dating Abuse/Violence in Teenagers

February is National Teen Dating Abuse/Violence Awareness month. Dating abuse is a controlling behaviour in which the girl/boyfriend uses to gain control over his/her partner. Teen dating violence (TDV) affects millions of teenagers globally and is a type of intimate partner violence that can happen in person and/or electronically e.g. sexting, posting sexual pictures without… Read More »