Tag Archives: military veterans

Military veterans helping each other cope with mental illnesses

Military veterans are working together to help each other cope with post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and substance abuse — and they’re sharing their stories in an effort to help others. The 11 News I-Team recently intervened on behalf of a troubled Vietnam-era veteran who was feeling helpless and ready to give up. A phone call… Read More »

A Veteran Never Forgets

When former Army Ranger Matthew Bierman awoke from his two month coma, many considered it a miracle. But life hasn’t been easy for Matt. Struggling with PTSD as well as a traumatic brain injury, he lost many memories that he will never recover. Thankfully one memory never left him: His pride for his country. This… Read More »

7 Myths Veterans Have About Post Traumatic Stress

http://militaryveteransworldwide.com Although there are many myths related to Post Traumatic Stress, these are some of the most pervasive: 1. You only get it from combat. Combat is only one of the reasons that veterans get Post Traumatic Stress. There are many other reasons that we can have it. Women veterans are more likely to have… Read More »

iCARP Military veterans french research trip – Le Queroy – Korda and Mainline supported.

Late October/Early November 2018 Dr Mark Wheeler and the iCARP team took 10 military veterans with a diagnosis of PTSD away to Le Queroy lakes for a week long psychology research study. Danny Fairbrass from Korda generously donated tackle and bait to help us put the trip together. A huge thanks to Korda and Mainline… Read More »

The Anxiety Series: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Did you go through a traumatic event? Do you have flashbacks? Nightmares? Feel like you are reliving the trauma? Do you have things that trigger your anxiety? In this video, we discuss Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. . . Check out my social media! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/witbeckwisdom Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/witbeckwisdom YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/lizzle4shizzle47 . . If you enjoyed this… Read More »

We Are Not Done Yet (2018) | Official Trailer | HBO

We Are Not Done Yet profiles a group of veterans and active-duty service members as they come together to combat PTSD and current traumas through the written word. Directed by Sareen Hairabedian and co-produced by Jeffrey Wright and David Holbrooke. We Are Not Done Yet premieres Thursday, November 8 at 8pm PT on HBO. #HBO… Read More »

Dealing With Narcissistic Abuse Within the Age of Aquarius

Principles that were passed onto narcissistic parents and grandparents more than likely are very different from the principles valued by their adult offspring, due to not only a different era of time, but possibly the dawning of a different Age. There are some adult children of narcissistic predecessors who have awaken to a new concept… Read More »

Unresolved Trauma of Narcissistic Parents and Grandparents can Expose Offspring to Early Adversity

Narcissistic parents and grandparents can sometimes act as a catalyst for passing on the aftermath of trauma and unresolved pain, while their children and or grandchildren can act as a catalytic converter, recognizing in order to interrupt the dysfunctional behavior patterns associated with trauma. As adults, those offspring can choose not to pass on the… Read More »

Give Yourself Permission to Save Your Inner Child- Vlog Day #48

Parenting narcissistic parents and or grandparents can rob one of his or her childhood. As an adult of narcissistic parents, he or she can look at their options for support with thriving forward and healing pass narcissistic abuse. By choosing to heal and thrive forward, he or she embraces their inner child who was possibly… Read More »

Narcissistic Parents and Grandparents are Possible Catalysts for Passing on Transgenerational Trauma

Welcome to vlog day #47!! Grandparents and or parents who have either a cluster B personality type or who are narcissistic, often unconsciously choose a particular child within their family to scapegoat, which can open the door for a continuation of transgenerational and intergenerational trauma onto the next generation. When one factors in the components… Read More »

Sounds of Freedom Official Trailler

Sounds of Freedom is a series about Julia, a service woman who returns from the Iraq war, and Vietnam Veteran Charlie. Both suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder. From their jobs at the local newspaper, and through a series of flashbacks and sessions with a common therapist, these two veterans are challenged to the max when… Read More »