Tag Archives: writing

Winter's Robin Channel Trailer | Walking the Creative Path to Recovery

My mission is to use this channel to reach out to anybody feeling isolated because of mental health challenges, and to help them feel more supported and less alone by documenting my mental health recovery journey through exploring my creativity. ► Subscribe to Winter’s Robin to start walking the creative pathway to recovery by exploring… Read More »

Rainbow connections in my creative process. Art, writing with bipolar, PTSD.

My name is Xanthe Wyse and my pages on Facebook are Bipolar Courage and Soar Purpose. I have been diagnosed with bipolar 1 disorder and PTSD. I am currently experiencing a ‘mixed’ episode but I am using it to process and also to continue with my creative processes. I see links and connections in literally… Read More »

Music, writing, painting to process trauma. Bipolar, PTSD.

I have bipolar 1 disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder (my presentation involves mostly shutting down intense emotions which all erupt out when I’m manic). I listen to music that fits my mood, themes, memories. If I feel emotional in some way, I will listen to the song on repeat while I do something to express… Read More »

Trauma processing – processing tragedy and grief

TW: tragic death of a child I have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. In between therapy sessions, I do a lot of trauma processing on my own. I also did a lot before I finally was able to see a trauma psychologist. I am having difficulty speaking in this video because… Read More »

Emotional release with orgasm, art, writing. Trauma and bipolar.

I recorded some short videos about an uncomfortable topic for me – sexuality. I have bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. The PTSD is mainly from sexual trauma (sexual abuse as a child and rape as an adult) and I have mainly the shut-down presentation. So the trauma stayed locked inside and never was expressed… Read More »

Upcoming Free Webinars: Learn the Daily Practice

Sorry, no webinars are scheduled at the moment, but you can learn my Daily Practice in this free online course: https://crappychildhoodfairy.lpages.co/daily-practice-course 25 years ago, my life changed dramatically because I learned techniques that help heal brain dysregulation from Childhood PTSD. Periodically I offer free webinars so I can show you how to try it too!… Read More »

The Daily Practice for Healing Dysregulation from Childhood PTSD

The Daily Practice is a pair of techniques, practiced together 2x a day, that helped me quickly recover from the debilitating effects of chronic emotional/brain dysregulation. In this video I tell the history of how I developed it and how to use it. Below is a link to a free download and videos so you… Read More »

How to FEEL HAPPIER When CPTSD Symptoms Are Holding You Down

Even though the abuse and neglect we endured in childhood is long over, the lingering effects can leave us depressed, anxious, negative and disempowered — sometimes there’s not even a reason! For many of us, talking to someone about it doesn’t help (even if you have someone who listens). But there are simple things you… Read More »

Scientific American, April 2009 Audiobook by Scientific American

Don’t miss the opportunity to listen to the full audiobook Scientific American, April 2009, free at our library. In this issue: “Does Dark Energy Really Exist?”: Dark energy’s existence could have another explanation that our galaxy lies at the center of a giant cosmic void. “Saving the Honeybee”: A disease called “colony collapse” is killing… Read More »

The MEG Audiobook by Steve Alten

Don’t miss the opportunity to listen to the full audiobook The MEG, free at our library. On a top-secret dive into the Pacific Ocean’s deepest canyon, Jonas Taylor found himself face to face with the largest and most ferocious predator in the history of the animal kingdom. The sole survivor of the mission, Taylor is… Read More »

Suffer the Little Ones Audiobook by Hannah Spicer

You can listen to the full audiobook Suffer the Little Ones, free at our library. Until recent years, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) was associated most strongly with military personnel. However, psychologists have realized that combat veterans are not the only population that this disorder develops in. As clinicians become more familiar with the disorder,… Read More »