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PTSD Survivor Poetry by Mike Shea is this week’s installment in our ongoing celebration of National Poetry Month…. MAY 11, 1972 There is something that enters a soldier when a fallen... Read Full Post
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PTSD Survivor Poetry by Mary McManus is this week’s installment in our ongoing celebration of National Poetry Month…. Happy To Be Alive from Seasons of the Soul Face to face with death at... Read Full Post
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PTSD survivor poetry in honor of National Poetry Month has a soft spot in my heart. Poetry was the beginning of my PTSD recovery process. In the poetic form and its imagery I finally learned to... Read Full Post
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How trauma affects your brain — we’re doing it again! The free HOW TRAUMA AFFECTS YOUR BRAIN webinar this week caused such a groundswell of response we’ve been overwhelmed by emails... Read Full Post
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How trauma affects your brain can change how you live, feel, cope and heal. For sooooo many years as I struggled with PTSD symptoms I thought I was crazy. My mood swings, inability to think... Read Full Post
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“What’s the best way to treat PTSD symptoms?”, is a question I often get asked. It’s a fantastic question. When you figure out what’s wrong you want to know exactly what’s the quickest, most... Read Full Post
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Women with posttraumatic stress disorder face many of the same issues as men when it comes to figuring out how to reclaim your sense of power. Or, as I also like to call it, your sense of “I... Read Full Post
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A while ago I saw the movie Invictus and was impressed by how Nelson Mandela exercised his right to forgive. That sort of monumental ability to emotionally release the perpetrators of such wrongdoing... Read Full Post
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Yesterday I did a trauma training for a group of survivors at a clinic here in my hometown. In these workshops I teach about how trauma changes your brain, plus how to work toward reversing the... Read Full Post
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When I first discovered there was a name for the condition in which I lived, I balked. I didn’t want to be labeled with a ‘disorder’. It never occurred to me that I had been ‘traumatized’, so I didn... Read Full Post

 
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