Tag Archives: dissociation

Your Unspoken Voice Will Be Heard. Trauma, PTSD, irritable, bipolar, processing, mania.

My name is Xanthe Wyse. Diagnosed bipolar disorder (type 1), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), social anxiety disorder. I have the avoidance and shutdown presentation of PTSD so usually intense emotions are shutdown as so triggering. I can only access anger when mood VERY elevated (high end of hypomania or into mania). Mania is like a… Read More »

Bipolar hypomania vs mania. Elevated mood. Processing trauma.

My name is Xanthe Wyse. Diagnosed bipolar 1 disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), social anxiety disorder. In elevated mood in this video and recent videos consistent with hypomania for me. Hypomania is elevated mood with bipolar disorder but not full mania. Was prescribed some meds recently for back sprain which have side effects of blurring… Read More »

Smptoms of C-PTSD-Week 4 || Coping with Trauma || Dissociative Identity Disorder

We dive into the symptoms of cptsd or complex ptsd. This is all trauma based. There *should* be nothing triggering in this video as it just explains symptoms of complex ptsd. Some people that have osdd or did (dissociative identity disorder) have c-ptsd symptoms. Tools I use for my DID: Coping with Trauma Book: https://amzn.to/2JPWSId… Read More »

Flashbacks in C/PTSD: “emotional" vs. Real (See DESCRIPTION 1st! University Lecture)

Skip 36:21-44:41 (scholarly literature review). READ THE DESCRIPTION FIRST! “Emotional flashbacks” is NOT an accepted construct in clinical psychology. Second winter semester lecture to South Federal University, Rostov on Don, Russian Federation, and to the Psychology track in SIAS-CIAPS. “Emotional flashbacks” is NOT an accepted construct in clinical psychology. Flashbacks are dissociative (cut us off… Read More »