Tag Archives: Disability

"No such thing as mental illness". Stigma, bipolar, PTSD, autism, disability, disorder, identity.

TW: brief mention sexual abuse, rape. Swearing. My name is Xanthe Wyse & I talk about my insights and experiences. I have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), social anxiety disorder (which all together overlap significantly with autism). I am angry in this video, yet my anger is outwardly ‘calm’ and controlled.… Read More »

Disabilities, trauma, PTSD, bipolar, self-isolation, purpose, voice

TW: brief mention of rape, sexual abuse. My name is Xanthe Wyse & I vlog about my experiences with bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) social anxiety disorder. In this video, I am struggling to think and speak as I am partially dissociating as well as processing. Dissociating for me is a symptom of PTSD… Read More »

Let There Be Light (1946) Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Let There Be Light (1946) — known to the U.S. Army as PMF 5019 — is a documentary film directed by American filmmaker John Huston, while serving in the U.S. Army Signal Corps during World War II. Intended to educate the public about post-traumatic stress disorder and its treatment among returning veterans, the film’s unscripted… Read More »

Bipolar crash, triggered PTSD. WINZ (govt benefits dept) abuse of power.

My name is Xanthe Wyse. I have been diagnosed with bipolar 1 disorder and PTSD. I am very vulnerable in this video. I don’t like for anyone to see me like this – bipolar crash & triggered with PTSD. My mood has been elevated past few weeks but came crashing down this morning. I didn’t… Read More »

What you need to know about VA Claims for orthopedic conditions, diabetes and more…

This is a show we broadcast in our closed facebook group with our members, we call it the “VCExperience Friday Night Live.” Our guest was two medical professionals we had on Leah and Heather. We discussed nexus letters, DBQ and a variety of VA Claims topics. This is recorded live in our facebook group, the… Read More »

What you need to know about filing a PTSD claim or any other mental health claim with the VA.

This is a show we broadcast in our closed facebook group with our members, we call it the “VCExperience Friday Night Live.” Our guest was Psychologist, Dr. Eric Swanholm. We discuss mental health, PTSD, Somatic Symptom Disorder among other VA Claims related topics. This is recorded live in our facebook group, the tone is more… Read More »

Disability mentality

We’re currently in the midst of a cultural shift: More people are fighting for awareness and acceptance of behavioral health conditions. Whether it’s events like World Mental Health Day or celebrities speaking publicly about their struggles with depression or substance abuse, we, as a society, are hearing more about behavioral health and its far-reaching impacts.… Read More »

Happiness and Adversity

Subscribe & Share. Join our FB Group, Victoriously Living Support us at patreon.com/onelegupproductions Check out our other channel: One Leg Up Productions After becoming paralyzed in a car accident at 16, H’Sien Hayward devoted her time at Harvard to the science of happiness, and to understanding how to help others achieve it after great adversity.… Read More »

PTSD: Signs and Symptoms – CAP Innovation Day Clip 3

At this event, we discussed some of the myths surrounding employment limitations of individuals diagnosed with PTSD and TBI. We also demonstrated several assistive technologies that can help individuals with PTSD/TBI with tasks such as note taking, writing, reading and remembering important information. Attendees also had an opportunity to have hands on experience with the… Read More »

How to Prove You Have a Disability for HUD Housing – Required Documents

This is detailed guide on how to prove a disability or chronic homelessness. In this video I will be showing the overall process of speaking with medical professional to get required forms signed so you can get housing. I have the actual HUD operations manuals that will show you how to best pass their intervention… Read More »

#SE3E16 Military Diversion

Military Diversion, established in January 2016, is a pretrial program for current or former members of any branch of the United States Military charged with misdemeanor crimes.  Regarding eligibility, the court must find that these defendants may be suffering from sexual trauma, traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse, or mental illness as a… Read More »