Tag Archives: Memory

Science to Wipe The Mind – Dream Come True or Nightmare? l They call me The Ghost

Wipe what’s wrong and fill the mind with what’s better. This miracle cure could be your dream come true, or your worst nightmare, depending on who is in control. #minderaser #totalrecall #ptsd The Ghost used to work for the CIA, but now is a Dark Operative on the Dark Web – these are her stories… Read More »

Bipolar patterns, memory, creative process, trauma, associations

My name is Xanthe Wyse and my pages on Facebook are Bipolar Courage and Soar Purpose. I have been diagnosed with bipolar 1 disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, social anxiety disorder. I am speaking fast because my mood is a bit elevated plus I am feeling anxious after working in an environment with lots of conflicting… Read More »

Social anxiety, trauma, memories, music, bipolar – part 1

My name is Xanthe Wyse and my pages on Facebook are Bipolar Courage & Soar Purpose. I have been diagnosed with bipolar 1 disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (with mainly avoidance and shutdown presentation), and social anxiety disorder. In this video I talk about some of my memory issues including with something I was passionate about… Read More »

Social anxiety, trauma, memory, music, PTSD, bipolar – part 2

My name is Xanthe Wyse and I have been diagnosed with bipolar 1 disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and social anxiety disorder. In this video, my social anxiety is more apparent as I feel anxious singing you a song that I can’t remember the lyrics to and can barely remember the tune while anxious. I… Read More »

Creativity, bipolar, PTSD, memory, meaningful coincidences

I have been diagnosed with bipolar 1 disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. I either shut down or go ‘high’ with trauma triggers. I am currently in a hypomanic episode. My talking fast is called ‘pressure of speech’ and my wanting to jump from one thing to the other is called ‘flight of ideas.’ I have… Read More »

Memories, symbolism with bipolar mania, grief and PTSD

When I am in an extreme mood state such as bipolar mania, I literally cannot remember something from 2 seconds ago. Because my brain is so overloaded with thousands of images and thoughts. So I took photos. Thousands of photos so that I could allow myself to forget, knowing that if I needed to remember… Read More »

Music, writing, painting to process trauma. Bipolar, PTSD.

I have bipolar 1 disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder (my presentation involves mostly shutting down intense emotions which all erupt out when I’m manic). I listen to music that fits my mood, themes, memories. If I feel emotional in some way, I will listen to the song on repeat while I do something to express… Read More »

Recovered-memory therapy | Wikipedia audio article

This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recovered-memory_therapy 00:00:52 1 Terminology 00:03:57 2 Research 00:08:26 3 Professional guidelines 00:11:20 4 Legal issues 00:13:24 5 See also Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago.… Read More »

PTSD and Medical Marijuana by CBD with DB

In this segment of CBD with D.B., I go over my opinions of the use of cannabis for PTSD. I discuss both Marijuana and Hemp in regards to the various cannabinoids and how they can help. THCa, CBD, and THC are all discussed. Being a PTSD suffer myself, I have my opinions based on my… Read More »

Bipolar Disorder, Trauma and Memory

I have been diagnosed with bipolar 1 disorder and PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). I have difficulty with short-term memory and this becomes extreme when I am manic or depressed. Like, I could not remember if I just swallowed medication when I was being treated for a mania episode. One time I was sent to hospital… Read More »

Peter Levine on How Trauma Hijacks a Client’s Memory

In How Trauma Hijacks a Client’s Memory, Peter Levine PhD looks at 3 ways a traumatic experience can alter a person’s memory. Peter is is the developer of Somatic Experiencing, and is one of the world’s leading experts on treating trauma and PTSD. Here, he details what can happen to the hippocampus when a person… Read More »

Destroying Memories: How This Could Improve Our Mental Health | Amy Milton | TEDxCambridgeUniversity

If we understand how memories persist, we can exploit this to treat mental health disorders. Amy is the Director of the Memories in Neuropsychiatric Disorders (MiND) Lab in the Department of Psychology at the University of Cambridge, and the Ferreras-Willetts Fellow in Neuroscience at Downing College, Cambridge. Her research focuses on how emotional memories form,… Read More »