Tag Archives: Therapy

The Fire Within Ch 38 Lucky Stones, a brown bag and a bloody period #CPTSD #audible #book #writing

Through Covid, I continue to read from the book that I wrote while living in a cabin in the woods. This book is about my childhood trauma and how I acquired Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. I will continue to read my stories until my entire story is out there. I hope in some way,… Read More »

BLURRY MEMORIES: Motorcycle Accident(Dan K, RIP, Miss You Man=SEE YOU SOON)

As always, I don’t advise anyone to go out seeking their memories=It could do harm. Another WARPED addition to the blurry memories vlog series where I attempt to piece together the past forgoton, and lost. Most memories have been so hard to recall even being alive/existing, but thru healing of intense trauma, you begin to… Read More »

Intense processing, purpose, voice after trauma. PTSD, bipolar.

My name is Xanthe Wyse. I recorded this video a few days ago. I needed to watch it back a few times before deciding to upload (I don’t upload every video). It was recorded immediately after the other 2 uploads, so I was getting very tired after a lot of intense processing, approximately an hour… Read More »

Arizona Legion member uses mules to help fellow veterans with PTSD

American Legion member Tricia Carlisle provides a unique form of PTSD Therapy for veterans: mule rides at the Bumble Bee Ranch in Mayer, Ariz. Source: Youtube

Calm An Overactive Flight or Fight Response | Alleviate Your Acute Stress | Heal PTSD & Panic Attack

Calm An Overactive Flight or Fight Response | Alleviate Your Acute Stress | Heal PTSD & Panic Attack Warm Regard’s to All of You! This music is effective for calming an overactive flight or fight response, alleviating acute stress, healing PTSD, panic attacks to enhance complete mind body relaxation and stress management. The suggested listening… Read More »

The Difference Between CPTSD and BPD.. EXPLAINED..

The difference between CPTSD and BPD – Diagnosis, information and treatment options. Reference pages are below if you want to check out the study or any further information. 280 women participated in a clinical trial of which is detailed surrounding the diffferences in diagnosing BPD and CPTSD Other studies are listed in this journal https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4165723/… Read More »

Why do I isolate so much?

When we have been traumatized we can think that the only way to protect ourselves is to isolate. I have been hearing from so many of you that during the holidays you struggled to reach out or see others because of the worry that whoever you reached out to could hurt you or be triggering.… Read More »

FUTURE SELF-HELP GURU "BLUR"-HOW TO OVERCOME TRAUMATIZATION(PAIN/FEAR)PTSD

I have lived in fear since a child. Picked on, teased, bullied, never fit in, started drinking liquor before school at age 9 to face the bullies, and the alcohol helped my hyperhidrosis nerve disorder, than losing my soul for over 13 years of horror, than losing my soul mate. Ambulances, hospitalizations, rehabs, jail, homelessness,… Read More »

Relaxing Music for Stress Relief. Calm Music for Meditation | Sleep | Relax |

You know that feeling of clear-headed calm that washes over you when you listen to water babbling down a stream, or leaves rustling in the wind? Researchers say they’ve pinpointed a scientific explanation for why sounds from nature have such a restorative effect on our psyche: According to a new study, they physically alter the… Read More »

TIR Compared to Other Methods of Addressing Traumatic Stress

http://www.tir.org Trauma, as well as other more ordinary unhappy experience, often leave behind some very unpleasant emotional reminders of what we’ve been through.  Post-traumatic stress (PTSD) is the worst of it. But even our everyday emotional baggage is no picnic.  What do we do with all this stuff… just live with it and cope?  Not any… Read More »

Depression and anxiety short story

Anxiety is your body’s natural response to stress. It’s a feeling of fear or apprehension about what’s to come. The first day of school, going to a job interview, or giving a speech may cause most people to feel fearful and nervous. But if your feelings of anxiety are extreme, last for longer than six… Read More »