Tag Archives: post-traumatic stress disorder

Flashbacks in C/PTSD: “emotional" vs. Real (See DESCRIPTION 1st! University Lecture)

Skip 36:21-44:41 (scholarly literature review). READ THE DESCRIPTION FIRST! “Emotional flashbacks” is NOT an accepted construct in clinical psychology. Second winter semester lecture to South Federal University, Rostov on Don, Russian Federation, and to the Psychology track in SIAS-CIAPS. “Emotional flashbacks” is NOT an accepted construct in clinical psychology. Flashbacks are dissociative (cut us off… Read More »

How to Actually HELP SOMEONE With CPTSD

You can’t force a person with CPTSD to change: You can’t make them heal. You can’t make them learn about the adult effects of abuse and neglect in childhood, and you can’t even make them admit there’s a problem. But there are things you can do that genuinely help a loved one accomplish all these… Read More »

Day 1547 | 150 Spiderman Push Ups for PTSD & Mental Health | '22 for 22' Thank you for Surviving

Day 1547/6901. Join me in my fight to spread awareness to and for everyone regarding anxiety, PTSD, depression, mental health issues and suicide. If you need someone to talk to please reach out, comment and I will get back to you. There are also many phone and online sources listed below. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)… Read More »