Wed. Oct 21st, 2020

Is more than just a discussion, its a tool to self-discovery.

There are many different therapy’s that one can take on to try and ‘overcome’ Post Trauma. Some type of discussion is usually the best place to start.

Someone Trustworthy

Whether that be with a trusted individual, or special loved one. You have to be willing to open up to someone about the trauma, you have to trust someone. Trauma is usually something experienced personally or visually and how we interpret that experience is how we can better overcome whatever trauma we experience.

We also could try and view our individual trauma from a third person perspective. This one is a little more complex and requires that you are willing to accept another’s opinion, especially about your experience. But it gives you a different perspective of your individual experience.

You can kind of see things from another point of view, almost like having someone film you and then judge you while you are right there. So judge yourself, just be careful of what you are willing to display.

Your actions are a live movie of yourself, for everyone to see.

By Mac

I am looking to change the rhetoric and perception of the American Veteran, one person at a time. #Post8ForLife Semper Fi! 🇺🇸

5 thoughts on “PTSDiscussion”
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  2. Thanks for the response Donna-Lynne, I agree with you. I have never personally tried EMDR, but I have looked into it and have considered trying it. But things kind of shut down, I still have plans to look into it in the future. I have worked with doctors personally for the better part of a decade and have been able to find a lot of tools to help me get through. I have used more of ACT, acceptance commitment therapy, which has helped. Along with meditation and one on one plus group counseling. The number one thing that has always helped me is discussing it. That is the main goal and focus of this website. Which is just in the beginning phases. So I do appreciate your contribution! I reread this comment and realized I completely missed something. I found something that worked for me. It is a long painful process in my opinion. It is a combination of a few therapies I have found.

    Semper Fi!

  3. As an SRA Survivor from the 60s, I’ve guinea pigged myself in pretty much every therapy, to attempt to fix myself and others. My mentor Sarge Harold Schaefer, a Vietnam Veteran, who worked with the VVA, and I became allies in the help of his fellow veterans.
    EMDR Eye Movement and Desensitization is great for reoccurring flashbacks. The brain gets stuck on a note, like a scratched record, not remembering the part where safety entered, and continues to skip. EMDR quickly gets the brain to understand safety did come, and stops that reoccurring theme completely. I have preformed it on many with success, but my own treatment of it, from Uri Bergman, L.I. N.Y. was dismal and created more problems than it helped. In my opinion it is good for one traumatic event, nor long term, and reoccurring only.
    Again in my opinion, an outside source near the brain with some form of energy would unblock the scars of PTSD.
    Here is the identifying marker of PTSD via the MEGscan:
    (I’ve yet to see updates of Apostolos Georgopoulos which I’m sure are intentional)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6j8rd093RI

  4. This is right o point I have to agree. It truly is all on how willing you are to over come your trauma

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