Tag Archives: post-traumatic stress disorder


-Catatonia is a syndrome of psychological and motorological disturbances. Karl Ludwig Kahlbaum first described it in 1874: Die Katatonie oder das Spannungirresein (Catatonia or Tension Insanity). In the current Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders published by the American Psychiatric Association (DSM-IV) it is not recognized as a separate disorder, but is associated with… Read More »

INTRO: The Canadian Mass Shooting that never was. Welcome to my first major case! + UPDATES

#truecrime #policestories #massshootings The Canadian Mass Shooting that never was. Welcome to my first major case! + UPDATES Also today, find out who I was a cop with! SUPPORT THE CAUSE WITH SUBS AND VIEW TIME! #veterans #ptsd #tattoing WELCOME TO TESTED METTLE WITH GMAN 5338! Theme song by Que Rock TESTED METTLE TATTOO CO.… Read More »

PTSD: The Hidden Truth

This evening we are discussing PTSD, or Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. We know most of you have heard of it, now get the full story. Follow us on social media: IG: @house.of.ways.and.means FB: https://www.facebook.com/house.waysandmeans Source: Youtube

How To Learn To Trust, Push Through Fear, and Believe Not Everyone Is Bad | PTSD Q&A: PTSD TV

Today Brad and I answer BIG questions…how to trust AND move through fear. Here’s the question we were asked… “I find it hard to trust new people or just people in general, like my boyfriend, because of past hurts. I know PTSD is typically because of past experience traumas, but I wanted to know how… Read More »

The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center Presents: Yoga Nidra

Yoga and meditation may promote many health benefits, such as reducing fatigue and stress, for cancer survivors, patients actively in treatment or receiving palliative care, and caregivers. Yoga nidra is a guided meditation to induce full-body relaxation and deep rest. It helps quiet the overactive mind and brings it into a conscious, meditative state. Yoga… Read More »

Fight for Your Heart

Let’s work through how to fight for our heart, the most powerful part of our recovery to remission journey. FB recovery group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/complextptsd/ Trauma Informed Movement: https://www.facebook.com/groups/traumainformedmovement/ More Information: https://lindameredith.org/ Source: Youtube