Tag Archives: mindfulness

Trauma and PTSD: What to Do When Current Events Trigger Practitioners and Patients

Many people are actively experiencing trauma and stress related to racism, social injustice and the global health pandemic. Additionally, these experiences may trigger those with existing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). It is important for health care providers to take time to look at their own trauma in order to effectively help patients through difficult times.… Read More »

Mindful Minute Monday #1 | PTSD Awareness Month

Today I am starting a new mental health awareness series called the “Mindful Minute.” Every Monday for the rest of June’s PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder) Awareness Month, I will discuss a topic to help us be more mindful of those experiencing and suffering from trauma, and I will do so in less than 1 minute.… Read More »

PTSD and Growth. Overcoming trauma and post traumatic stress disorder.Can we move past trauma?

I recently heard a new expression. PTSG Post traumatic stress growth. Here is what trauma can transform us into, if we work through it. I am a radio/tv host and former W-level actress. After developing and recovering from an autoimmune disease I had to make some drastic life changes. I started studying psychology, spirituality, neuropsychology,… Read More »

Forgiveness Discussion & PTSD

This is a discussion on forgiveness and ptsd. Forgiveness is challenging for most people when it comes to others, but can be even more difficult when it comes to forgiving yourself. Our brain is wired by our experiences, do we want it to be wired for self-loathing, fear, and defeat or do we ultimately want… Read More »

"From Lupus to Living" Web Series | Episode 7 Lupus and Trauma Connection #YvetteLaboyCoach #Lupus

Exposure to serious stressors early in life may affect immune function and promote inflammation, potentially increasing the risk of developing an autoimmune disease like lupus. Previous research has found that childhood adversity is linked to an increased risk of chronic disease and mental illness, and stress-related disorders like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have been associated… Read More »

Healing after Trauma: How can we support each other now!

Healing after Trauma: How can we support each other now! Releasing Your Authentic Self – A daily guide for healing after abuse or trauma. https://www.svavabrooks.com/healing-g… Join Svava Brooks as she walks her readers through her book Releasing Your Authentic Self. A daily guide to help abuse & trauma survivors rediscover themselves. Join us LIVE here… Read More »

Healing after Trauma: Let's talk about what gets in the way!

Healing after Trauma: Let’s talk about what gets in the way! Releasing Your Authentic Self – A daily guide for healing after abuse or trauma. https://www.svavabrooks.com/healing-g… Join Svava Brooks as she walks her readers through her book Releasing Your Authentic Self. A daily guide to help abuse & trauma survivors rediscover themselves. Join us LIVE… Read More »

Sogyal Rinpoche Mindfulness Instruction

The Harvard Gazette In recent decades, public interest in mindfulness meditation has soared. Paralleling, and perhaps feeding, the growing popular acceptance has been rising scientific attention. The number of randomized controlled trials — the gold standard for clinical study — involving mindfulness has jumped from one in the period from 1995‒1997 to 11 from 2004‒2006,… Read More »

Relax Ambient sounds of nature bird frogs crickets noises calming forest natura town meditation

Relax watching this little town in the middle in the heart of a forest surrounded by the most calm and relaxing sound of nature Anoche great choice for meditation, work and study, mindfulness and yoga It’s true: The sound of nature helps us relax Researchers at Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) found that playing… Read More »

When Post Traumatic Stress Disorder & Asperger’s syndrome collide

This is my story of how I cope with comorbidities with my autism. Life is a rough deal; there are no certainities. My life has been difficult. I offer the best advice I can: step back until what is important cannot be ignored – there is your path. The sketches are my artwork & more… Read More »

Moods vs emotions, bipolar disorder, anxiety, PTSD

My name is Xanthe Wyse and I have been making videos sharing some of my experiences and insights mainly to do with mental health. I observe many people confuse moods and emotions. I have been diagnosed with a mood disorder called bipolar disorder. It is not primarily an emotional dysregulation disorder (which could be part… Read More »