PTSD is becoming more prevalent on the decade-old wars we are having, and some people still don’t know what’s happening. Stress is handled differently by so many people – the outcome is sometimes dealt with, and at other times becomes battle fatigue, shell shock, or PTSD.
This is a poem I wrote about shame taking control of my entire being. Shame is the speaker in the poem, and it holds nothing back.
This is a brief essay on the usage of Hypnosis in the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. It is not meant as a guide on treatment hence why my treatment plans are missing. it is my personal view as a Curative Hypnotherapist on how I would treat PTSD.
As I move along my path some of the simplest things are the greatest help
The long term effects on children that are not only abused, but survive . The trauma of seeing your father beat your mother leaves a child with a feeling of hopelessness, deviating mental capacity as well as the permanent scars that never fade. Loving with love as the reason he beats,...
It's four in the morning, And once more the dawning Wakes up a warning in me.
The Purple Heart is given for physiological injuries in combat...however, the psychological scars can be just as crippling as physical injuries. Jesus Christ offers not just a healed heart, but Christ offers a new heart.
Why did he go to war? He asked himself that question over and over again, but he could never find the answer.
I used to fight a faceless enemy in my sleep a lot. Sometimes I still do.