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How many Combinations of PTSD Criteria are there?

This video discusses the number of potential combinations of PTSD criteria based in the definition of PTSD in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM). PTSD is characterized by the developing of specific symptoms after a qualifying stressor. The general symptom categories include intrusion, avoidance, negative mood, and arousal. Specific symptoms include recurrent memories, recurrent dreams,… Read More »

About PTSD: "Don't beat yourself up. Give yourself grace." Veteran Tia Christopher

Tia Christopher US Navy (2000 – 2001) “Get some therapy and down the road look back and then see your progress… ” Learn more about PTSD from Tia Christopher and other Veterans who’ve been there: http://www.ptsd.va.gov/AboutFace Source: Youtube

Stellate Ganglion Block Torture Treatment, 60 Minuets News

Description.. My thoughts on last Sunday’s 60 Minutes episode on the treatment for posttraumatic stress. They want to use torture treatments on veterans. I tell my story of my treatment back in 1993. Rape is not an excuse to kill an innocent baby by abortion. However, it is justifiable homicide to kill the rapist, because… Read More »

About PTSD Treatment: "Don't hesitate. Believe me." Veteran Richard Adams

Richard Adams, US Navy, (1971 — 1972) “I never thought I could feel this good. It’s true.” Learn more about PTSD and PTSD treatment from Richard Adams and other Veterans who’ve been there: http://www.ptsd.va.gov/AboutFace Source: Youtube

We're Still Here #6 – Tattoos/PTSD – LittleKuriboh

A series documenting LittleKuriboh’s struggle with depression, along with positive stories about uplifting moments in life, aimed at helping those dealing with similar issues. Marianne takes over hosting duties this week. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1 (800) 273-8255 Websites that may be helpful: http://www.7cupsoftea.com/ http://www.psychologytoday.com/ I am not trained in mental health and do not… Read More »

"You can let the PTSD take over, or you can let you take over… " Veteran John Angell Jr.

John Angel Jr. US Marine Corps (2003 – 2008) “Not receiving treatment? It’s a path nobody wants to go down… ” Learn more about PTSD from John Angell and other Veterans who’ve been there: http://www.ptsd.va.gov/AboutFace Source: Youtube

About PTSD treatment: "I've been through it." Veteran Harold "Bud" Smith

Harold “Bud” Smith, US Air Force, (1959 – 1962) “I’ve got a life today that I’m very happy with.” Learn more about PTSD from Bud Smith and other Veterans who’ve been there: http://www.ptsd.va.gov/AboutFace Source: Youtube

Release Past Trauma / Post-Traumatic Stress – Light Language Healing Sample Track

Full audio at https://lightlanguagehealing.com/product/release-post-traumatic-stress-audio-transmission/ This is a Light language transmission of Love to assist in releasing attachment to past trauma. Under the guidance of your Higher Self, the Light language will help you lovingly acknowledge and release the layers of experience that are creating the stress reaction, whether stemming from this lifetime or past/alternate timelines.… Read More »

Five Myths about PTSD

This video describes five myths of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Myth number one is that any event can count as a trauma when diagnosing posttraumatic stress disorder. I think part of this myth is this idea of over-pathologizing. The idea that the DSM is really too broad and pretty much any event can count as… Read More »


Sometimes we have gilt about what might trigger us when we have PTSD.. I’ve in the best case scenario when we have a partner that is knowledgeable about ptsd and is understandable and patient.. We’ll get upset with our selves for having all these negative feelings.. Cuz we know it not of partner that way… Read More »