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Nana's Helping Hand with PTSD with Anita Miranda
Anita Miranda, USN Retired, M.Ed., lives with PTSD (post-traumatic stress syndrome) not brought on by combat. She penned her first book along with a workbook, launching both in May, 2015. Incredibly, after only two days on Amazon.com, Nana’s Helping Hand with PTSD catapulted to bestseller status—in highlighting the painful prevalence of PTSD for thousands of families, especially with droves of veterans returning from America’s overseas wars.
PTSD also affects first responders such as firefighters and police, plus victims of assault and natural disasters. That’s why as a first-time bestselling children’s author, Miranda’s book is a significant contribution touching families urgently crying out for help to cope with America’s new mental health epidemic—PTSD.
Now you and your loved ones can fly higher while living with PTSD—by applying Miranda’s hands-on tips on how to cope with emotionally disabled family members, co-workers, and friends. Nana’s Helping Hand with PTSD is the first in Miranda’s 10-part self-help book series of “Nana Knows” for children and adults looking to problem-solve sensitive family issues.
For more information visit: www.AnitaMiranda.com
Book trailer: https://vimeo.com/112641533
PTSD is a serious matter that is not just limited to those who have served in the military. Meet Author Michael Womack as he shares through his latest poety book, "From a Soldier's Perspective" about the affects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
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We are pleased to have Sheri Timmons join us this week. Author Sheri Timmons is a devoted wife and mother of six who boldly shares her faith with others. She shares her life experiences that led to her PTSD diagnosis and how she fought to battle back to a place of peace, joy, and healing. Sheri also shares the uncertainties her family faced when their youngest child was diagnosed with Autism and how they refused to give up hope that he would not do well in "normal" settings. She hopes that by telling her story, she will be the light that someone needs.
This episode is being rebroadcast from Michele's original show, "Your Life After Trauma."
How we perceive trauma – and the world – impacts our perception of events and even ourselves. Studies suggest that highly sensitive persons are more prone to PTSD due to the delicate nature of their perceptions. Understanding this can help both survivors and their caregivers navigate post-trauma recovery.
Ane Axford, MS, LMFT, mental health and relationship therapist talks about ‘Highly Sensitive Persons’ from a clinical perspective.
For more recovery information visit, HealMyPTSD.com.
For several years, PTSD has been named as the cause of the nearly hourly suicides being carried-out by our returning soldiers. Headlines show that more soldiers are dying of suicide than did in the war itself. The government is not doing enough to stay the horrific trend.
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It's time to tell the truth as me and my guest Linda Wattley share her awesome life as she reveals how it was to be in the military and dealing with the issue of PTSD. Linda is also an author of the book Soldier with a Backpack. Please tune in Friday February 12th 2016 at 7:30pm EST and the call in number is 347-945-6003.
Patriot Ministries is a Non-Profit 501 (c) (3) organization dedicated to serving Wounded Warriors, Military Veterans, and their Families; past and present.
Know a service member, veteran or family member of someone suffering from PTSD? Yesterday I was honored to video the dedication of a ministry, Patriot Ministries, committed to helping these patriots be restored and whole again.
This episode is being rebroadcast from Michele’s original radio show, “Your Life After Trauma.”
Stress. It’s part of life, for sure. Learning coping techniques for stress as well as how to remove stress from you body is highly important. According to WebMD, the mind is capable of creating 50% more stress than the body can handle. With that statistic in mind and knowing the PTSD stress causes muscle fatigue and pain, this show is dedicated to sharing ways you can take control of your stress and ensure your body remains on a path toward wellness.
On this episode, Michele was joined by Dave Emerson and Dr. Elizabeth Hopper of the The Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute to discuss ‘PTSD and Yoga: Ideas for Success’.
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 www.HealMyPTSD.com.
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Host: Roy Masters
Roy discussed the spirit of liberty needing to be in the heart.
Paul, an Army Ranger, has PTSD.
Scott asks, "How do I not over-react?"
Marion has anger issues.
Carolyn has low energy.
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