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PTSD: How, what and why?

Making sense of why PTSD occurs in some people and not in others. There are factors which reduce the risk of a trauma event becoming PTSD. PTSD is characterised by “Trauma Memories” which are unlike “Narrative Memories” as they are fragmented memories which have overwhelming emotions and a sense of recency. Most of all there… Read More »

SIGNS – Scott Steele – PTSD Awareness

Signs, a powerful song about the struggles of our veterans and those fighting PTSD. A song meant to shed some light on the homeless veterans and those that truly need our help and support. 1 in 4 homeless men are veterans who have fought and served this country. Many battle with PTSD on a daily… Read More »

PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) Help Available!

This video briefly mentions Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and where to get help. No more suffering in silence!!!! You’re not alone! PTSDconsultVa.gov (1) (866) 948-7880 Veteran crisis Hotline (1) (800) 273-8255 Source: Youtube

June is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month

Think you understand Post Traumatic Stress Disorder aka PTSD? I have some concepts about PTSD that you might not have taken into consideration before, in dealing with PTSD and the military. June is PTSD Awareness Month and with everything going on in the world, I want to take some time to acknowledge how PTSD is… Read More »

Can BJJ Help Veterans With PTSD?

Veteran affairs are an often overlooked issue in today’s society. Soldiers return from combat with needs and issued that are going unmet at alarming rates. Today, we sit down with behavioral scientist Dr. Gino Collura and VP of the We Defy Foundation TJ Kreutzer to talk about the role BJJ might have in lightening the… Read More »

PTSD Just Heal It!

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, is it really a disorder if you can neurologically heal the trauma in short order. The Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories (RTM) Protocol heals PTSD in 3-5 hours of work without reliving the traumatic event over and over again. Next Gen treatment for sure. Watch the video and see it in action.… Read More »

The Heart of Zany. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder caused by very stressful, frightening or distressing events. Someone with PTSD often relives the traumatic event through nightmares and flashbacks, and may experience feelings of isolation, irritability and guilt. Source: Youtube

Fase in Navy, Combat For 2 Years at Baghdad, PTSD Diagnosis, Will Not Answer Killing Question

Brooklyn East New York born/Atlanta residing recording artist, Fase, sits down with DJ Smallz and reflects on his upbringing, sharing insight on his military career. This is part 4 from the full interview. Have you been in combat? Share your story by posting a comment below. SUBSCRIBE to our channel now to see more: http://bit.ly/1S4Ndsx… Read More »


In this video, I talk about my experience with PTSD both from my own personal suffering and also how PTSD effected my ex-wife. PTSD is a serious condition that silently effects many people. For those of you who are currently suffering, it’s important to talk. If you know someone who may be suffering, send them… Read More »

Post traumatic growth rather than Post traumatic Stress: SAS Doctor: Dr Dan Pronk

Full Episode: Dr Dan Pronk completed his medical schooling on an Australian Army scholarship and served the majority of his military career with Special Operations Units, including four tours of Afghanistan and over 100 combat mission Hey guys thank-you so much for watching! Subscribing is the best way to help support this channel grow, or… Read More »

Do I have PTSD or is this just my military training? With Dr. Harry McCleary

PTSD (Posttraumatic stress disorder) can be a difficult and debilitating disorder for many Veterans. In this video Dr. Harry McCleary, licensed clinical psychologist and Navy Veteran, answers a common question: Is this PTSD or is this just my military training? Military training often focuses of attention to detail and being vigilant in stressful environments, but… Read More »

Let There Be Light (1946) Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Let There Be Light (1946) — known to the U.S. Army as PMF 5019 — is a documentary film directed by American filmmaker John Huston, while serving in the U.S. Army Signal Corps during World War II. Intended to educate the public about post-traumatic stress disorder and its treatment among returning veterans, the film’s unscripted… Read More »