Category Archive: Symptoms and Progression

What Everyone Needs to Know About Anxiety Disorder

What Everyone Needs To Know About Anxiety The Huffington Post  |  By Lindsay Holmes Another great article on anxiety.  Read the article here…. Advertisements

Article: Twelve Benefits of Magnesium – The Anti-Stress Mineral

Twelve Benefits of Magnesium The Anti-Stress Mineral By Poliquin Group™ Editorial Staff This important article outlines the benefits of adding magnesium to improve stress management and address many of the symptoms common… Continue reading

Free Webinar: Flashbacks & the Fight/Flight Response

From Michele Rosenthal on Heal My PTSD: “Flashbacks and the fight/flight/freeze response are two of the most difficult PTSD symptoms to cope with — that’s why we’re devoting an entire FREE 60+ minutes to talking about how and… Continue reading

Paper: Accumulated Childhood Trauma and Symptom Complexity

I love when I find full scientific papers for free online! The Journal of Traumatic Stress has published a paper entitled, Accumulated Childhood Trauma and Symptom Complexity by John Briere [Department of Psychiatry… Continue reading

Journal Excerpt: Dwelling in Fear

I could go somewhere else… but I am afraid. I could do more for myself, get out into life again… but I am paralyzed with fears. I know some of what frightens me,… Continue reading

PTSD: A Disease of Body and Mind

A good article by Jurriaan Plesman, BA(Psych) Post Grad Dip Clin Nutr from the Hypoglycemic Health Association of Australia. I will be spending a good bit of time working through the psychobiology of… Continue reading

Food, chemicals and emotional health

Many years ago, during my management consulting days, I worked with several food manufacturers.  It was a high point of my career, giving me the opportunity to travel and providing the mental challenge… Continue reading

Article: Getting Back in Touch for Survivors of Abuse

This is a lovely short article on touch as seen through the eyes of a survivor of incest.  One of the more isolating effects of abuse is touch-aversion, which can reinforce the loneliness… Continue reading

Article: The Body Keeps the Score: Memory and the evolving psychobiology of post traumatic stress

This is an excellent, straight-forward article on PSTD and the psychobiology of memory by Bessel van der Kolk, MD of Harvard Medical School. In my recovery, I have found it necessary to look… Continue reading

Article: A Developmental Approach to Understanding Complex PTSD

This is a fantastic article by Marylene Cloitre, PhD of the New York University Child Study Center from the the Trauma Stress Points site.  I really enjoyed this writing and found myself and… Continue reading

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