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How To Recover From PTSD

Do you feel hopeless with your PTSD? I’ve personally gone through PTSD and one of my passions is to share how I healed with people. I believe we can all be healed. Here’s how you can recover from your PTSD. Watch and Enjoy! Genine Smith Find out more here: https://www.osageinstitute.com ======================== Video by Nate Woodbury… Read More »

Episode 9- The Symptoms of PTSD

Source: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-sk4k6-a4c357 In this episode Aimee and Dr. Nikolov discuss PTSD and topics relating to this worldwide epidemic.  Listen to a powerful message from a young woman who received inspiration from complete strangers about the love of God and his plans for her.   This Podcast was created to help anyone who has experienced any… Read More »

HOW TO BREAK FREE FROM UNSPEAKABLE TRAUMA – Tony Robbins

I recently shared a breakthrough at Tony Robbins’ Date with Destiny in Cairns, Australia. This is about CHANGING OUR STORY and I share how I decided to end my addiction to my OLD story about being raped when I was 14 and how changing it finally UNLEASHED MY SOUL. This share impacted a room of… Read More »

The Freeze Response and Sexual Assault- How to turn it off!?

Many people have heard of the “Fight or Flight response” but fewer have heard of “The Freeze response” and for many people that just seems like a fancy word for doing nothing, but “The Freeze Response” is much, much more than inaction, it’s your brain’s most desperate attempt to survive in the face of an… Read More »

S3E8 Dr. Glen Brooks, MD: What Ketamine Is + How It Helps with PTSD, Depression and Pain (w/ intro)

Dr. Glen Brooks explains, based on decades of ketamine research, why post-traumatic stress isn’t a chemical imbalance and really much more of a structural problem. He explains how ketamine can fix the neurons in our mood centers so that we PTSD sufferers can have a normal mood again. Ketamine is a very good drug and… Read More »

Use resource and network as parent with your PTSD

In this short video, we talk about being a parent is about unpredictable and tremendous activity in it-self. Sometime we, as parent, also need a break… This video explain the importance of having resources for us. Parenting was even one of the challenge, but especially beneficial in helping going through the PTSD recovery, as well… Read More »

Be parent with your PTSD

In this short video, we talk about being a parent is about unpredictable and tremendous activity in it-self. But the fact of parenting is a wonderful thing in the world to help discover love. Parenting was even one of the challenge, but especially beneficial in helping going through the PTSD recovery, as well as with… 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 »

Panic Attack and PTSD

In this short video, we talk about how to live with panic attack and the PTSD. We approach on what is their impact and a way help avoid them. This was one of the tools that help us going through our rough time of the PTSD recovery, as well as with the decluttering Journey. Here… Read More »

PTSD TV: Episode #1 “3 Ways to Stay Positive When You Have PTSD” Part 2

Episode 1 Part 2 Link to Episode 1 Part 1: https://youtu.be/Laax1TnmNxo PTSD is a place where you can get help on your healing journey from two people who have been in your shoes. We talk open and honestly about PTSD and all it entails. How it affected us as individuals and our relationship and how… Read More »

The Emotions Wheel – with Love and Joy during PTSD

In this short video, we talk about emotions, such such love, awe, joy and how we should embrace the positive emotions when they come. In the path to recovery from the Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, the re-adaptation of your own emotions is very important. This was one of the tools that help us going through our… Read More »