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Should Fourth of July Celebrations Be More Ptsd Conscious?

As far back as the Tang Dynasty in the history of China, fireworks have been used both for military and celebratory purposes. It wasn’t until the 14th century that fireworks were introduced to Europe and would eventually make their way to America. Today, fireworks are seen as an American icon, as if the pyrotechnic displaysRead More

How Can I Raise Awareness About Ptsd?

Relating to others in a relatable way, is logically, the best way to have an impact when it comes to the conversation of PTSD, post traumatic stress disorder. June is PTSD awareness month, which encourages us to open the dialogue about trauma and PTSD. Most people have experienced at least one life changing moment inRead More

8 Ways To Live A Trauma-informed Life: Part Two

In one of our previous blogs, we talked about the mindful approach required for living a trauma-informed life. Trauma-informed is a term frequently used in trauma therapy, trauma treatment, and trauma recovery which indicates the need for people to be trauma-sensitive. Truly, living a trauma-informed lifestyle means living with trauma-awareness. Very often, we are lackingRead More

Could Gaming Addiction Be Tied To Trauma?

Trauma can be defined as a single or series of life events which negatively change the way we see ourselves as a person, see the world that we live in, and see how we fit into that world. In some ways, trauma is a reality breaker as much as it is a reality changer. TraumaRead More

Should I Be Ashamed Of My Mental Illness?

There are a few things you need to understand if you have been diagnosed with a mental illness. First, you are not broken. Second, you are not damaged. Third, you have nothing to be ashamed of, regardless of what society is telling you. Thankfully, we are currently living in a changing age when it comesRead More

Are Transgender Kids More Prone To Bullying?

We can’t be told what our trauma is, how we should respond to our trauma, or how we need to resolve our trauma. Bullying experienced in childhood is nothing less than traumatic. Research has found that bullying can lead to anxiety, depression, chronic stress, body image issues, eating disorders, and much more. Kids are animalsRead More

How Can I Learn More About Anxiety?

Anxiety is the most commonly occurring mental illness among adults in the United States. If you’re an adult, chances are you know someone who is living with anxiety on a daily basis. Learning about anxiety is important as an adult in an age where anxiety and stress levels are high. Stress and anxiety are notRead More

8 Ways To Live A Trauma-informed Life: Part One

In the clinical world of trauma treatment and trauma therapy, as well as in the world of trauma recovery, the term “trauma-informed” is frequently used. What “trauma-informed” truly means is “trauma-aware”. Living a trauma-informed life means living in a certain realm of mindful awareness regarding trauma and the many effects trauma can have on someone’sRead More