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How to Master Your Habits

How to master your habits! This YouTube video is part 5 of my Habit series and in this video, I will give you the formula for creating new and healthy habits. Have you ever had issues putting down old bad habits? Well, subscribe to my channel to learn more about creating new habits and creating… Read More »

How to live with PTSD – My tips from my experience

Hello everyone this is my first video on youtube. This video is about my personal experience of hard PTSD. Making videos makes me come away from the world for a short time. So if u want to see more of my journey please tell me so in the comments. Source: Youtube

Boost Brain Power | 15 Smart Ways to Boost your Brain Power (Proven)!

Boost brain power, 15 smart ways to boost your brain power and these methods are proven by scientists. Each of our brains is made up of billions of nerve cells called neurons, which are constantly active even when we’re asleep. And while our brain only weighs about three pounds, it requires 20 percent of our… Read More »

Informative Speech – "Living" with PTSD

This assignment for this speech was to be an informative speech about an issue, idea, interest, or anything else that could be spoken about with facts. I chose to do my speech on PTSD and how it can affect people. I started off the speech by showing a short video that doesn’t necessarily, but shows… Read More »

How this emotional support horse made history on an airplane

Wednesday, 11 September 2019 How this emotional support horse made history on an airplane | Sky Australia Lifestyle She accompanied her 33-year-old owner, who has post-traumatic stress disorder, on a flight. #Sky_Australia_Lifestyle Source: Youtube

The Life Coach School Podcast Episode #112: Post-Traumatic Growth

I want to share with you how post-traumatic growth works and why trauma can have positive implications in “Post-Traumatic Growth” here: https://thelifecoachschool.com/112. ✅ Show Notes and Resources One of the things that I noticed when working with clients with post-traumatic stress is that they have a really difficult time getting past it. Post-traumatic stress is… Read More »

Grow Beyond Your Trauma and Your Pain/Surrender to Acceptance of Painful Reality

Narcissistic abuse, sexual abuse, as well as emotional abuse, are terribly difficult to heal from. Many of us are in denial about just how bad our abuse has been. Healing will require us to learn how to let go, but not many of us know how to do so. I wanted to highlight a letter… Read More »

Are Your Anxiety Symptoms Related To Past Trauma? 8 Questions To Find Out Now

Begin Turning Fear Into Freedom Through The #1 CBT Based Solution For Anxiety Today: https://anxietyexit.com/my-program/ Description: If your anxiety symptoms are related to past trauma and repressed emotion, you will find out today. These 8 questions will provide immense clarity as to whether you’re carrying around energy related to trauma during your childhood. Please keep… Read More »

Stretches for PTSD chest pains

I’m not a doctor, and I’m definitely not a fitness trainer, but here is something I discovered while looking for different ways to mitigate my own PTSD chest pains. Give this video a thumbs up! More thumbs helps me get more traffic through YouTube’s rating system, which helps me earn a few extra pennies. I… Read More »

PTSD & Cannabis Documentary – MILE MARKER (Full Movie)

Are veterans using pot to treat post traumatic stress disorder? It all starts with the first mile… “Mile Marker” focuses on a two-tour veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq, Korey Rowe, along with his former Rakkasan Brothers on their long road to recovery from PTSD. The Rakkasans were the invading force for both Middle Eastern Theater… Read More »

Fisher Wallace Stimulator trial for PTSD with anxiety and depression

I try the Fisher Wallace Stimulator for PTSD with co morbid anxiety and major depression. Just like you, I am fighting a battle. I am overwhelmed at the response to this video series. Thank you so much for your support. This journey has been a long one but one Im happy to say, I have… Read More »