Tag Archives: Phoenix

Psychological Resilience and Post Traumatic Growth

Re-upload: These videos are meant to uplift and inspire men. If you find yourself ruminating or stuck in the past it’s time to move on, leave the past behind, fix yourself and start living. Music: Samuel Barber, ‘Adagio for strings’. Performed by The Detroit Symphony Orchestra – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcflwUYYoXk “Working Class Hero” by The Hit Crew… Read More »

Combat Veteran: The Media Has It Wrong. We Are Not Defined By Suicides and PTSD

“We call it like suicide porn. If you see veterans in the news, nine times out of ten it is something about PTSD or suicide and we are more than that.” Derek Weida served in the Army’s elite 82nd Airborne Division on three tours of duty. Being a soldier was his life. Until a firefight… Read More »

Companion dogs help soldiers with PTSD

Soldier’s Best Friend provides U.S. military veterans living with combat-related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) with Service or Therapeutic Companion Dogs, most of which are rescued from Arizona shelters. Founder, Doctor John Burnham, DVM, explains how veterans from any war can qualify, and how the training works. More at: http://www.soldiersbestfriend.org… Read More »

You Were Never Really Here: An Anatomy of Trauma

Scottish filmmaker Lynne Ramsay is no stranger to character studies. In her latest masterwork “You Were Never Really Here”, Ramsay delves into the depths of psychological trauma and the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder on protagonist Joe (Joaquin Phoenix). — Follow Me! Twitter: https://twitter.com/2ndBostonParker Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/parkerryane/ LACE Magazine: https://lacemagx.com/ Music: Jonny Greenwood – Tree Synthesisers… Read More »

Veteran Suicide Reach Out

Veteran Suicide resulting from combat, PTSD, trauma, and loss of purpose, effects more than we will ever fully understand. John was Army Infantry during the Iraq and Afghanistan invasions. The world he returned to was completely changed, and he was lost. Typically on our channel we discuss RV Travel related subjects. One effect we did… Read More »

Conversaciones con Mike Shinoda sobre “Post Traumatic” | Shock

Hablamos con el fundador de LINKIN PARK, Mike Shinoda, sobre su nuevo trabajo discográfico “Post Traumatic”. Un álbum que sirve de puentre entre sus emociones y su forma de afrontar la gran pérdida que sufrío la banda: la muerte de Chester Bennington el 20 de julio de 2017 en Palos Verdes, California. Hacer música es… Read More »