, learn to use the power of thoughts in your PTSD recovery. Thoughts are essentially nothing – but the most potentially powerful ‘nothing’ in our lives.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has, unfortunately, become a bit of a byword for anyone ho doesn’t really want to take responsibility for their emotions or their actions. And those of us who suffer from it, know that is definitely not the case.
we are joined by the always intriguing, ever-epic Dr. John A. King to talk about the controversial topic of child sex abuse, human trafficking and more in this power-packed transmission. Dr. King, a PTSD survivor and victim of sexual abuse himself, has dedicated his life to helping heal the brokenhearted and rescuing those who cannot save themselves! In previous editions, we’ve had John on to talk about emotional trauma, the sanctity of marriage and, what is commonly now known as Gender Realism.
Melbourne: Books On PTSD And Relationships. A ‘partner’ is a person who sits outside of your day to day battle. It should be someone you trust, someone who is for you, someone who ‘sees’ the person you are trying to be and not the person you occasionally are.
Helping Partner With PTSD . A ‘partner’ is a person who sits outside of your day to day battle. It should be someone you trust, someone who is for you, someone who ‘sees’ the person you are trying to be and not the person you occasionally are.
Get ready to strap on Heroes, this is a bit of a wild ride in that Dr. King tells it like it is when it comes to PTSD stigma and stereotypes around the nation and right where you are .
One of the primary reasons my first marriage broke down and why my second marriage is so successful, is NOT because I have fully recovered from PTSD, but because of how Melissa and I dealt with it as a couple. This is very important for PTSD caregivers to know.
In our book #dealwithit – living well with PTSD, my wife Melissa talks about what she does to help me when various things trigger me, basically, how do people deal With PTSD Triggers.