The Importance of Resilience in Overcoming Trauma . In an interview with Chris Lengyel of Help Me PTSD, Melissa and I discuss the importance of resilience in sustainable trauma or PTSD recovery.
Everyone has bad days–sometimes even a string of them put together. When you are dealing with PTSD and learning to manage yourself , there are some things that can really help on those shitty days.
Lack of sleep will make you cranky and out of sorts. It will affect your memory, may lead to accidents, weaken you immune system and even make you fat!
Here are 4 simple things I do when I am struggling with PTSD nightmares and flashbacks.
I think “#dealwithit – living well with PTSD” is a book for anyone who has lost it all. If you have been shot at, faced with sudden loss, blown up, screwed over (or in my case, screwed), this book is for you. I like to think of it as duct tape for the soul.” —Dr. John A. King
: Everything I read in relation to PTSD recovery, seems to overlook diet. People don’t take into account the impact of chronic stress and trauma on our digestive tract.
Melissa and I figured out along the way that food impact how I was able to cope with events, days and even whole weeks of activities.
PTSD Recovery Coaching with Dr. John A. King in . I spent the first 20 years of my career doing training and coaching. When I had recall of what happened … Read More
, when a man’s your wife becomes his ‘caregiver,’ the natural order of marriage is destroyed. If a woman acts like your mother, it is impossible to be intimate with her.
do you know the between #CPTSD and #PTSD?
It is not as complicated as people make out. , I talk about how to live and thrive with them in my book #dealwithit- living well with PTSD. Get it today ! (Pssst – use the code ‘s2s’ to get a 20% discount – covers the shipping most of the time.)
To rise to a higher level of functioning in the face of these circumstances, we have to learn to adapt. We have to adjust to the new way that we see and interpret the world around us . The Post Traumatic Strength that arises because of our PTG involves “life-changing” psychological shifts in thinking and relating to the world.