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Sexual Assault Affects Memory More Intensely Than Other Kinds of Abuse, Study Shows | MedCircle News

To receive MedCircle News right to your inbox each week, visit MedCircle: http://bit.ly/2PPj9a2 Read the original article & full video transcription HERE: http://bit.ly/2DgAi5y A recent study shows that women who have experienced sexual assault have more intense, vivid memories when compared to women who have suffered from traumatic events that are non-sexual. According to ScienceDaily,… Read More »

PTSD…..Post Traumatic Soul Distress.

By Lindy Cowling RMANM (Dip Hyp) POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER…or POST TRAUMATIC SOUL / SPIRIT DISTRESS. Life events can trigger extreme distress within the soul (soul / spiritual wounding) the energy field and the personality when a trauma or repeated traumas becomes overwhelming and too much to cope with. This trauma may have come triggered… Read More »

EXCLUSIVE – Iraq’s lost children: young victims of PTSD

Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN A young girl remembers the Islamic State (IS) group cutting off children’s faces. A boy recalls being tortured by the jihadists, who severed his fingers and murdered his father. As the battle against the IS group continues to… Read More »

PTSD, a silent battle | Meg Rintoul | TEDxTownsville

Many of our returned servicemen and families are fighting a silent battle back home. When a soldier develops Post Traumatic Stress Injuries from defending our country, it does not affect just him, it affects his family also, and a soldiers family fights mental illness with them. In this emotional TEDx Talk, Meg Rintoul shares her… Read More »

The Effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Magdalene John interviews John Shippam who’s a member of the Canadian Professional Counsellors Association. He and his wife run their own counselling practice “One Step Beyond”. One area of their practice is to empower and liberate people suffering from PTSD. For more information, please visit their website http://one-step-beyond.ca/ Source: Youtube