Tag Archives: nightmares

Women and PTSD

Bernadine Fox and Don Wright on Both Sides Now invites Actress and Filmmaker Michelle Brezinski to talk with us about her PTSD that developed after a workplace trauma. It is a harrowing story of trying to get the medical profession to recognize how the experience of a death, at her workplace, impacted on her. Source:… Read More »

Post Traumatic Nightmare – Slam Poem | Janelle Aliyah

Wrote this about my ptsd nightmares. Kind of on the dark side but at least I’m positive about it. Social media: Twitter: twitter.com/imJanelleAliyah Personal/Mental Health IG: instagram.com/warriornelly Poetry IG: instagram.com/nelly.aliyah Suicide Prevention IG: instagram.com/suicide.survivors DeviantArt: devianart.com/silentflood Source: Youtube

Talking About Grief in the Armed Forces

Source: Dr. Sandra Schatz is a Clinical Psychologist who works with soldiers at Fort Hood Army Base. Her days are spent conducting psychological testing, individual therapy, and group therapy for problems ranging from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to adjusting from being away from home for the first time. Personally, Sandra’s mother recently passed away —… Read More »

Nightmares & C PTSD

Nightmares are a very common symptom of PTSD & C-PTSD, yet there isn’t much information available on them. This video explains some about the nightmares as well as offers some coping tips. After this video published, I was made aware of the audio problem. No idea what happened since the video was fine when I… Read More »

What is Complex-PTSD?

Do you feel unsafe? Are you on high-alert in fear for something negative or traumatic to take place? Within this video I reveal examples of where and how C-PTSD begins, I identify the symptoms, and offer some remedies/solutions to work through the past, the thought patterns, and to be able to talk through and process… Read More »

Being a STRIPPER gave me PTSD & NIGHTMARES! (Nightmares & Demons!)

Hello young ladies. Do you wanna be a stripper/ exotic dancer for the fast, easy money? Well, it might work out for you. But for many of us, it’s not all it’s cracked up to be. It’s stressful, often degrading, can be detrimental to mental health, trigger things like nightmares, schizophrenia, ptsd, trauma and be… Read More »

Too scared to close their eyes: treating PTSD nightmares

Within five therapy sessions, TU Professor of Psychology Joanne Davis can significantly relieve or (in many cases) cure patients with trauma-induced reoccurring nightmares. From veterans to sexual assault survivors, patients are able to finally get a good night’s sleep. Check out the full story at https://artsandsciences.utulsa.edu/ptsd-nightmares/. Stay Connected: Website: https://utulsa.edu/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/utulsa/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/utulsa Facebook:… Read More »

PTSD is very real with cancer, here's why…

Post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD has become more of a term that is used in the mainstream media. Current events Have really brought this topic into the limelight. It really came to light due to the trauma and experiences that war veterans went through during their time of service. But what people are starting to… Read More »


A former stripper explains why working at strip clubs gave her realistic, traumatic nightmares & insomnia. Hey young girls, if you’re crazy, don’t go work around other crazy people. They will make you crazier and slowly destroy your soul. So sayeth, Mynx Alexandria. Source: Youtube

How PTSD Nightmares and Emotional Trauma Overlap

Beth Avery of the Trauma! A PTSD Blog by HealthyPlace describes her experience with PTSD nightmares. Learn how she’s found a positive outlook on a difficult PTSD symptom. “How to Deal with PTSD Nightmares” article — Link Coming Soon “Trauma! A PTSD Blog”– https://bit.ly/32dtG21 Get trusted PTSD information and support — https://bit.ly/2Xy07V8 Source: Youtube

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: PTSD Honoring Myself

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Honoring Myself. I am actually a middle-aged lady, with two kids. I was detected along with posttraumatic worry disorder (POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER) at the age of 25 Get Your Free Guide: https://www.anxietysecretguide.com Don’t forget to subscribe to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChsXcAcAt3TvNRKJkt9bJwg?sub_confirmation=1 I am grateful to point out that I have actually had… Read More »