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How Trauma Affects Veterans and the Hope It Can Be Reversed

How PTSD affects veterans and what does it look like in their everyday life. Continue reading

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Why Emotions Get Out of Control or Up in Smoke

An explanation why people escalate and get out of control so quickly. Continue reading

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Trauma Saps People’s Energy

Most people have seen a version of the movie depicting Charles Dickens’ Scrooge. In the story, Scrooge’s long dead partner, Marley, appears dragging many chains behind him  representing the weight of his past and makes the statement that Scrooge has … Continue reading

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Do You Have Trauma in Your Past?

When most people think about trauma, they have a very limited view of what a trauma or Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) is. Usually they will think of veterans coming back from a bloody war or a woman being brutally raped. … Continue reading

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Could Trauma Be a Major Cause of Mental Health Symptoms?

Looking at the way psychotherapists approach therapy and what that means to the client. Continue reading

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A Cure for PTSD?

Over the past several years there has been a lot of talk about treatments for PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) from EMDR to yoga. I am not sure how well all these other treatments work, but I do know that … Continue reading

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