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What makes you think that it was the devil only that brought you down?
It was most certainly his intention to replace your contented smile with a frown.
If we contemplate on why we have PTSD, there may be reign of another reason.
That sovereign power comes from the will of God to perfect in ... Views: 18
We can get used to coping with the negative symptoms of PTSD.
After all, this is the way we have survived through it, you see.
Having done so should be reward enough, is how we start to think.
What we do not realize is that those emotions keep us unbalanced on life’s brink.
Our thoughts ... Views: 35
Leading a healthy life today is not an easy feat. There has been a huge shift from normal eating to horrible eating lifestyles, where people fail to exercise even after consuming lots of fast foods.
This has led to a rise in health illness such as depression, high blood pressure, diabetes ... Views: 78
Your core beliefs are those beliefs you created when you were a child based on your experiences and how you were treated and talked to. You had certain experiences and heard the same messages over and over again from family members, peers and others, and you formed certain core beliefs about ... Views: 110
Matthew 16:3 proclaims our failings as mankind to choose what to discern.
The question evoked, “O ye hypocrites, ye can discern the face of the sky,” as concern.
Then Matthew proclaims, “But can ye not discern the signs of the times?”
Our television broadcasts the weather forecast over, and ... Views: 77
If your life seems to have been in a constant spiral down, contemplate on this.
There may be forces unseen that are not just PTSD that took away your bliss.
It was not until I started to study the arts of Feng Shui, and Qigong healing energy.
Both are derived from ancient Chinese teachings ... Views: 142
Our perception towards dandruff and dry scalp being same is actually wrong. Dry scalp is different when compared to dandruff.
The skin on our scalp renews its cells after every 24 days. That is the new skin cells are generated after 24 days while the older skin cells which are dead now, gets ... Views: 117
This may sound like a great deal of action in the practice of Qigong.
Using a positive intent, will further the process of negativity removal along.
Getting rid of negative emotions (that may invite evil spirits) needs examination.
Let me explain that there is a difference between spirits, ... Views: 253
Having had PTSD attracts certain personality traits in relationships.
This can be very detrimental in finding healthy, positive partnerships.
An example, for me is finding appropriate tenants to rent my duplex property.
Interviewing them is a process of filtering out negative emotions, you ... Views: 126
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) – or concussion – is a complex clinical phenomenon. The classic designations of mild, moderate, or severe TBI are based on the acute clinical presentation and do not necessarily predict the long-term outcome. Moreover, the long-held assumption that the ... Views: 311
It is usually a very long, winding road to recovery from events of PTSD.
If a person gets help right away, it may not take as long as it did for me.
After hearing a preacher’s message in a sermon, a revelation transpired.
He said that each of us has a seed planted by God (as I became ... Views: 133
When we find ourselves faced with a troublesome issue, reflect first.
Be quiet, and still your senses so that the answer comes as you thirst.
In silence ask yourself, “What caused this strange situation to begin?”
Looking over what emotions have overflowed will keep us from a spin.
You ... Views: 137
1 Peter 4:12 quandary proclaims strange, fiery trials we are experiencing.
This passage explains much, as customized, cruel tribulations may bring.
We may have been trying our very best to get along with others.
Only to be continually attacked by those we treat as sisters, and ... Views: 159
Isaiah 43:18-21 describes temptations’ power over us as being done.
There God proclaims how He makes a way, once His will has begun!
He arrives like the Calvary with guns blasting whether on land, or sea.
The battle is not just won, but the enemy is rebuked to destruction, you see.
Those ... Views: 167
How can we expect to drink clean water out of a dirty glass?
When such is given to us, it is right to just let that grime pass.
Otherwise, no matter what kind of water purifier we have it will be corrupted.
It is such a waste of time, and effort to continue while success is ... Views: 173
Conquering covert, and overt evil in the world starts in our own heart.
Putting away our past hurts from PTSD is the way to a good, healthy start.
Saint Paul’s Philippians 3:13 concentrates on eagerly moving forward.
We must set our minds to move past what issues kept us going ... Views: 189
There is nothing worse than having a sapping secret to feed.
It takes away precious life-force energy to make it continuously heed.
PTSD is like filling up your gas tank, and emptying it getting lost.
We keep using up our energy, going nowhere at a hidden cost.
Some of us with trauma may ... Views: 235
The seasons of the year coincides with how we can celebrate our days.
Those of us with PTSD may be considered being in winter with delays.
We may be still clearing out the debris of storms that came years ago.
This kind of rubble comes from carrying negative emotions that grow.
These ... Views: 218
When dealing with PTSD we need to ask ourselves a few things.
It is an internal conversation, where we wait to see what the answer brings.
We become our own judge, and jury when we examine each, and every fact.
It is important that we are truly honest, so as to keep our ego in tact.
The ... Views: 242
We should beware of merchants offering their goods for free.
Examine their motives, with strings attached, for healing PTSD.
Satan, and his demons are a type of merchant with strings, too.
He may suggest taking the easy way out in suicide, which is true.
Doctors, and therapists may make ... Views: 255
You know success is near when friends become haters, you see.
They realize there is something grander in you (they cannot be.)
It was all well, and good to give us encouragement when down.
After all, having to live with PTSD would make anyone frown.
For years, perhaps, our past trauma ... Views: 259
If we are struggling with our finances, this may be linked to our purpose, too.
That will take some time to internally investigate what keeps us so blue.
Having experiences linked to PTSD will affect that area, most certainly.
This is because we become impoverished in our positive emotions, ... Views: 284
It may have been smooth sailing for a while in our lives.
Then all of a sudden something happens, and we break out in hives!
We become engaged into a new storm, or situation of despair.
Those with PTSD have significant events of trauma to compare.
How do we manage to get out of this ... Views: 309
Think earnestly, even if our life’s PTSD experience has taught us to be mean.
To continue to mistreat others this way, we only allow misery to glean.
By persisting to act out old behavior, we deprive ourselves, too.
Instead of moving forward, we endorse what has made us blue!
We react to ... Views: 242
What a strange concept, that seems to pull away from reality.
It will make more sense, if we connect PTSD to emotions of carnality.
Okay, let us give these emotions a face describing the following list.
The carnal man or woman connects to fear, anger, worry, stress, and lust.
In ... Views: 264
The song with words, “Should old acquaintance be forgot” applies here.
Those of us with PTSD need to do so in order for healing to truly adhere.
New Year’s day is anytime we begin to reflect on how we can smother sorrow.
For instance, “What can we get rid of today to proliferate a better ... Views: 258
Lots of candles on a cake remind us of life gone by.
They can represent memories of happiness, or a sigh.
Those of us with PTSD will have the latter, unfortunately.
Repressing those memorable hurts protects us conditionally.
We avoid counting the candles blown out to keep going, you ... Views: 280
Dear Dr. Romance:
I have been married for about four years now and my husband and I got married at 18 we have 3 kids all under the age of four and it gets stressful sometimes for both of us. He is in the army, he's been a soldier for almost 3 years now he was deployed ... Views: 386
Perhaps, we with PTSD have been diligent in our healing practice each day.
We incorporate orchestras of alternative healing techniques, per say.
For myself, using Qigong energy relieves deep-rooted, blocked emotions.
Further releases of negative energy come with my own prayerful ... Views: 329
Having PTSD can be compared to having a famine in our mind.
It is a persistent weed-type of unnatural, inharmonious growth, this kind.
Such takes over the garden of constructive thoughts in our lives.
Misery proliferates not just in relationships, but a financial hole thrives!
As it ... Views: 396
There is something universal to how we with PTSD react to abuse.
Having experienced a trauma or two we may think trying is of no use.
What is it that makes a miserably, mistreated woman ultimately stay?
Her conviction to a religious conscience may be a heavy reason in play.
The thing ... Views: 241
Perhaps, we have been trying all kinds of alternative healing.
It is not from our lack of sincere diligence that the devil keeps stealing.
What we have to realize is that staying in the same situation stagnates.
Whatever positive affirmations being said, the circumstance negates.
Letting ... Views: 245
Ephesians 6:12 tell us that the battle is not ours to fight.
It is God’s battle-axe we must swing with all our might!
Flesh and blood cannot resist, alone, against power-hungry principalities.
Such is the same for us with PTSD combating the mind’s imagined realities.
We need to be armed ... Views: 265
We all experience stress – some more than others. Although stress is a normal response, over the long-term it can have detrimental effects on your health. Combating stress is important; it can help improve your health and the stressful situation.
Stress can affect the body in numerous ways by ... Views: 307
Let us liken our minds to the measure of a cup full, per say.
No matter what the substance is, only what is within can stay.
Our cups may have formerly been filled with laughter, and joy inside.
Then after a traumatic event(s) only fear, and anger may stubbornly abide.
Thoughts of the ... Views: 309
What we with PTSD need to consider for healing is a seasonal, changing strategy.
Without a constant attention to where we are, our progress becomes a tragedy!
The things like protective mechanisms may no longer be advantageous.
Those emotions of anger, and fear prevented us from becoming ... Views: 302
Unlike a broken china cup, we with PTSD can be glued back together.
Applying things (like giving our time) can heal like a tickling feather!
Doing so not only helps others, but also takes our attention off of the past.
Filling our days with caring tasks proliferates a sense of joy that may ... Views: 342
What we with PTSD need to know is in the form of a spiritual concept.
It is vital for healing ourselves that negativity we daily reject.
This comes in the characteristics of universal emotions, you see.
There is a spirit attached, especially, to reactions of negativity.
One must be in ... Views: 357
Fear may come again just when we have gotten over a chaotic season.
Perhaps, God’s Divine plan for us being on the way is the reason.
Elijah, in I Kings 19, is an example of how victory may turn over to fear.
He was given strength to do God’s will beyond himself, and that is clear.
Our ... Views: 351
All of us (at one time or another) will experience some kind of pain.
There is comfort in knowing that one-day, too, will come a greater gain.
In Daniel 6:27 depicts how he was delivered from the lions' power, you see.
His faith sustained him through terrific trial, like trauma in you and ... Views: 343
John 14:12-14 states, “That whatever we ask in My name, the Father will do.”
We can bank on that happening when we run towards our purpose to pursue!
Knowing what that Divine purpose is that was created for us is key.
Not asking for something that does not fulfill the Father’s will, you ... Views: 339
The choices we make determine what pathways our lives will take.
Whatever we do, one thing we must not do and that is to procrastinate!
This is because opportunities to pull us out of one path may arise.
Even with a clouded present forecast, prayer can lead us to a future prize.
It may ... Views: 361
The greater the gifted reward is congruent to a more stealth in affliction.
This explains why our cross seems heavier to bear from this contradiction.
My own cross came in the form of property catastrophe, together with infirmity.
The weight of the snow and ice was relentless causing ... Views: 349
Some folks may ask, “What does it mean to be still, and the benefits?”
If we want to change our circumstances, we have to kill our emotional fits.
These are a particular blend when talking about having experienced PTSD.
Rewinding a past, treacherous event blocks us from reaching, you ... Views: 394
It is important to know that our destiny was formed before PTSD.
All the events in our lives are just like pieces of a puzzle, you see.
Our vision is obstructed by the trauma of those certain events, too.
The corrupted circuit board of our thinking is in our head that keeps us blue.
This ... Views: 375
Charter PTSD Circumstances For Our Higher Purpose
In Luke 22:32 Jesus lovingly instructs Peter to endure through his faith, you see.
Christ knows there is a plan for who we are, and who we are meant to be.
He knows that there is a dark force that seeks to devour us before we are ... Views: 378
It does not have to be a certain holiday or time of year.
Anytime we feel the spirit move us, it is time to clear.
Perhaps, another sign to do this becomes more evident.
We can become inspired through a person or event.
Those of us with PTSD can relate to this in the mind.
We have an ... Views: 380
As someone who was saddled with the label of Borderline Personality Disorder, I know firsthand the humiliating experience of dealing with both the mental health industry as a patient AND the reactions from those who love to use Google to get all their “facts” about people with BPD. The DSM’s ... Views: 448
As I lie restless in a cold room, I can smell a strong sweet and sour nauseous scent. There are noisy electrical machines attached to my body, a long tube jammed down my throat, and fluids are being transfused into the veins of both of my arms. I wonder,
“Where am I and what are they trying ... Views: 506
Dear Dr. Romance
I found you online when i googled "How to Live with a Slob". My husband and I are opposites in the area of how to keep a house -- i am very clean and he is, well, not at all. The clutter drives me crazy! It is just one more issue that impacts our relationship. ... Views: 377