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  • 00:29

    Loving Someone with PTSD

    in Relationships

    I was recently asked, can someone with PTSD love; can they be in a relationship? The answer is yes!


    When someone you love is distant, anxious, or angry all the time, your relationship can suffer, it's hard not to take the symptoms of PTSD personally. Know that the love is there, but it is buried deep under layers of pain, fear, and anxiety. 


    Join us as we discuss 5 tips for understanding someone with PTSD so that friends and family can be more supportive and less upset when dealing with PTSD survivors.


     


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  • 00:10

    PTSD and Resilience: How To Access Your Core Strength

    in Self Help

    Founder and President of Resiliency for Life -- and major trauma survivor -- Michael Ballard, chats about how survivors respond to trauma and then access resilience. Covering a wide variety of originating traumas Ballard describes ways anyone can find "a way to be calmer without judgment" alone and/or as a family. For more information visit, http://michaelhballard.ca/services-2/imagine-yourself/


    Michele Rosenthal is a an award-winning PTSD blogger, best-selling and award-nominated author and the founder of HealMyPTSD.com. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit ChangeYouChoose.com.

  • 00:37

    PTSD & Traumatic Grief: Mourning to Heal

    in Psychology

    Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and grief go hand in hand: Trauma brings loss of the self, people, things, experiences, opportunities and life. Recovery, however, rarely discusses the deep need to grieve and the even more important process of mourning. Dr. Alan Wolfelt joins host Michele Rosenthal to discuss reframing PTSD as traumatic grief, plus what it takes to heal the wound.


    Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit ChangeYouChoose.com.

  • 02:25

    53. The FX of Self-Hatred and PTSD in the Black Community

    in Lifestyle

    Monday night 7p (cst), The GreenHouse FX Radio Show promises to be a show of many returns! Returning will be our discussion on the most requested topic among the listeners... Mental Health, with Bill Green as co-host.
    The 53rd episode will examine the case of self-hatred and PTSD - post traumatic stress disorder, in the Black Community. Many people do not equate the two with mental health, Monday not only will we discuss the connection with mental health, but also how the two have a very close bond with the community.
    Listen online or on your phone: 818-691-7412 and show the power of your "FX" and be a part of the show, press "1" on your keypad.

  • PTSD & Resilience: How to Access Your Core Strength

    in Self Help

    Founder and President of Resiliency for Life -- and major trauma survivor -- Michael Ballard, chats about how survivors respond to trauma and then access resilience. Covering a wide variety of originating traumas Ballard describes ways anyone can find "a way to be calmer without judgment" alone and/or as a family. For more information visit, http://michaelhballard.ca/services-2/imagine-yourself/


    Michele Rosenthal is a an award-winning PTSD blogger, best-selling and award-nominated author and the founder of HealMyPTSD.com. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit ChangeYouChoose.com.

  • 01:01

    PTSD Show

    in Military

    PTSD show  How do we cope with the effects of PTSD

  • 00:30

    PTSD and Eating Disorders: Treatment and Healing

    in Health

    Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is driven by two major needs: 1) to feel safe, 2) to be in control. While survivors seek ways to manage their experience of the world they often find that controlling themselves offers immediate sensations of relief. It's no surprise that eating -- an essential survival behavior -- can lead to distorted coping mechanisms in the PTSD lifestyle.


    PTSD has proven to be a main predictor in eating disorders. In fact, 66% of all eating disorder patients have trauma in their history. Today, in honor of National Eating Disorder Awareness week Lauren Lohse (Navigator Program Manager) and Lauren Smolar (Helpline Manager) of National Eating Disorders Association join the show to discuss eating disorder symptoms, plus how to heal.


    Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit ChangeYouChoose.com.

  • 01:00

    PTSD Awareness and Support

    in Military

    The January 15, 2015, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with former Marine Captain and Afghanistan War Veteran, Brad Jones the author of Black Walls Turn Gray.


    Brad Jones is a "former captain and a Marine veteran of the Afghanistan War. Born in Mount Sterling, Kentucky, he grew up in Salt Lick, a small town in Northeast Kentucky. He graduated from Morehead State University, University of Louisville and Sullivan University with degrees in Political Science and Business. Joining the service in October 2000, he served in the 1st Battalion 6th Marines and in the 6th Marine Regiment, and was deployed to Okinawa, South Korea, Japan, Liberia and, in 2004, Afghanistan. He is a member of a local Marine Corps League detachment. Today, he resides in Lexington and is the father of a 7-year-old daughter. Writing this book was a transformative experience for him, and he hopes to help other veterans and their families by using this novel to spread awareness and support for PTSD. He is available for interviews and events."  Brad Jones is the author of Black Walls Turn Gray.

  • 02:01

    Prisoners in Prison + POW's/US Soldiers= PTSD

    in Self Help

    “MOTHER HORRIFIED AFTER JAILED SON PICTURED WITH SWOLLEN EYE AND ROPE AROUND HIS NECK”http://blacklikemoi.com/2015/03/mother-horrified-after-jailed-son-pictured-with-swollen-eye-and-rope-around-his-neck/


    Since the last week of March, social media continues to blow up commenting on this story. So much so, we wanted to hear your comments live on “talk back Tuesday’s.” Unfortunately too many mothers have cried over their sons being incarcerated, but how many of us focus on the safety of prison life? It may be more American to focus on the conditions of our loved ones who go off to war. Nevertheless, both present with more similarities than differences, when they return to civil society. Both prisoners and soldiers live in war zones that require them be in survive or die mode. Living at code red for a significant amount of time and then returning to civil society without any real transition comes down to trained assassins living in communities that do not recognize them. We only assume and make judgments about where they’ve been, and demand that they just fall in line with the rest of us. With social media giving us a glimpse of prison reality and our war hero’s returning home physically but function like they are still in level 5, means that we have to get real about PTSD and other mental dysfunctions brought on by extreme life experiences. Lets Talk!


    Come Get on the COUCH with The 3 Counselors and a Couch and Bring a FRIEND!!!!!


     

  • 00:10

    PTSD Recovery: Do You Ever Really Get Over It?

    in Psychology

    This broadcast kicks off the new format of our show. The You Can Do This! Quick Clip series offers short interview podcasts that offer maximum information in minimum amount of time....


    PTSD recovery is long, hard and challenging. Sometimes, it seems like it will never be completed. This week we asked Dr. Suzanne Phillips, "Do you ever get over it or just get on with it" when it comes to healing? Listen to her optimistic answer.....


    Michele Rosenthal is a an award-winning PTSD blogger, best-selling and award-nominated author and the founder of HealMyPTSD.com. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit ChangeYouChoose.com.

  • 00:29

    ‘American Sniper’ Trial proves that even the Experts have no Idea about PTSD

    in Religion

    This is the basis of what the trial was all about the most enraging thing about the entire trial was not about Mr. Routh, Mr. Kyle or Mr. Littlefield, it was all about those experts called by the competing entities in the courtroom, their reputations and PTSD.  Mr. Routh may have been the human on trial but it was PTSD that was being tested in this courtroom and nothing more than that.  You see each of those called were only called because they would say whatever the ones paying them wanted them to say.  They were never there to give society a clearer understanding of PTSD nor even a slight suggestion on how it should be dealt with or some keys to diagnosing it.  It was all about them, their thoughts, opinions and beliefs.  PTSD does not conform to anyone’s thoughts or ideas, it is shaped simply by the suffer and can present in all types of ways.  Because of this, no one who has or is suffering from PTSD can give you a detailed analysis of this condition.  All they can do is tell you what it is they are seeing and even though it may fall under one category or another; it does not mean that one size fits all.