Tag Archives: posttraumatic stress disorder

PTSD, Ancestral trauma, and the Brain

In today’s #SovereignWoman TV Video, we are discussing PTSD and the different layers of trauma and PTSD energetically and biophysical that include trauma from our ancestors AND trauma that is stuck in our lands due to colonization and mass massacres. I also share with you the direct path I took to overcome trauma and PTSD.… Read More »

CPtsd: How Not to Kill your Spouse during Covid-19 (Part 2)

We definitely need a roadmap when we’re triggered, when our brain shuts down, to know how to navigate the tough, tense times we’re facing in our personal relationships. This is the way we can mutually navigate tough times and create increasingly solid foundations in our relationships. The beautiful mess will happen, and it’s up to… Read More »

Dancing out the hyperarousal energy from triggered with PTSD. Otherwise will turn into anxiety.

My name is Xanthe Wyse. I have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), social anxiety disorder. My hyperarousal energy levels are very high in this video as in the previous video I talked about some a very triggering topic (religious extremism, control, abuse). I danced for a bit, changed into a red… Read More »

Coronavirus outbreak: how are people coping with life in quarantine?

Life in quarantine can negatively affect your mental health, causing post-traumatic stress, confusion and even anger, a new study from King’s College London shows. But by getting uncensored access to up-to-date information, staying in touch with loved ones and keeping active on social media, researchers believe these negative effects can be staved off.   Subscribe to… Read More »

Managing anxiety and being triggered with PTSD. Sunny – part 1

My name is Xanthe Wyse. In light of the increased anxiety with the coronavirus pandemic, I have been making some more videos about managing anxiety. I have anxiety as part of bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), social anxiety disorder. If not managed, this can turn into panic attacks. Some anxiety is completely normal and… Read More »