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what is PTSD||Post-traumatic stress disorder – Symptom, treatment in hindi

we care for you…. Mental Health    Reference   Video: Living Day-to-Day With Bipolar Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), once called shell shock or battle fatigue syndrome, is a serious condition that can develop after a person has experienced or witnessed a traumatic or terrifying event in which serious physical harm occurred or was threatened. PTSD… Read More »

Forgiveness Discussion & PTSD

This is a discussion on forgiveness and ptsd. Forgiveness is challenging for most people when it comes to others, but can be even more difficult when it comes to forgiving yourself. Our brain is wired by our experiences, do we want it to be wired for self-loathing, fear, and defeat or do we ultimately want… Read More »

Volume 3 PTSD | The Boopcast #49 ft. Calxiyn & Bri of Fandom Reactions

*Season 4, Episode 6 Welcome to The Boopcast! This week we’re discussing Chapter 6 with the lovely Calxiyn and Bri from Fandom Reactions! We talked about tonal shifts, shipping, reacting and trauma from Volume 3! The Boopcast is live-streamed every Saturday at 9am AEDT/Friday 4pm CST (times may vary) so be sure to follow my… Read More »

BPD vs. CPTSD: How to Spot the Differences

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) & CPTSD are often confused because the symptoms look alike. Dr. Ramani explains the differences in this interview. Watch Dr. Ramani’s full series on CPTSD HERE: http://bit.ly/316IQ8r Check out Dr. Ramani’s full Educational Series on borderline personality disorder (BPD) HERE: http://bit.ly/2Lqo3XT Borderline personality disorder (BPD) and CPTSD are often confused with… Read More »

[LIFE] Music And Mental Health. Balancing PTSD and your Passion.

Facebook stream talking about my experience dealing with PTSD and pursuing a career in music. I do touch on depression as well and there are a few points I need to clear up in another video but I hope this video makes sense anyway. Feel free to share tour thoughts and feedback in the comments… Read More »

Marissa Ghavami: Trauma in the Age of #MeToo

It’s Time to Hear Women’s Voices. www.alchemyofimperfection.com www.cafedelaculture.com Our mission is to build community and constructive dialogue around gender equality through theater and panel discussions. Partner with us! Panel Discussion: “Courageous Vulnerability: How Can Men Support Women to Speak Up and Be Seen?” Curated and Moderated by Cara Cruickshank at Laguardia Community College, NYC, Oct.… Read More »

Don’t Say a Word Ep.5 PTSD

In this episode I talk about three life changing segments of my life that led to my PTSD diagnosis. I know that my story may not be your story, but my goal is to normalize mental health discussions. I discuss child abuse, sexual assault, and my deployments. Source: Youtube

Cannabis & PTSD – Why Its Such A Great Treatment Option

Today we’ll be discussing the impacts and effectiveness of weed to treat PTSD and why it’s an outstanding medication to do so. I Have a GROWER GEAR & HEAD SHOP: https://www.amazon.com/shop/influencer-945853a8 Our sponsor today, TNB Naturals: http://www.tnbnaturals.com Have a question? Need to get in touch 1-on-1? See my Club page for more info: https://www.patreon.com/Lexsworld Leafly… Read More »

PTSD Symptoms Continued & How to Spot Them (Episode 4 of 6)

To receive this full series before it’s released on YouTube & an exclusive PTSD video that’s only available on MedCircle, click here: http://bit.ly/2AbWGK7 Before you watch this video, make sure you head over to Episode 3 of this series where we run through the criteria for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) according to the Diagnostic and… Read More »

This is Why PTSD is Way More Widespread Than You Thought (Episode 2 of 6)

To receive this full series before it’s released on YouTube & an EXCLUSIVE PTSD video that’s only available on MedCircle, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/2RE6yUd The truth about PTSD is that it’s way more widespread than you thought. While post-traumatic stress disorder is commonly associated with male combat veterans, it extends far beyond the military. In this… Read More »

PTSD & Personal Trauma: Why It’s So Misunderstood (Episode 1 of 6)

To receive this full series before it’s released on YouTube & a BONUS PTSD video that’s only available on MedCircle, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/2zcv3Am An estimated 1 out of every 9 women develops PTSD, making them about twice as likely as men to suffer from the condition. Meet Dr. Cheryl Arutt, a leading PTSD expert and… Read More »