Real hope. Real fast. Listen in as veteran trauma expert, psychiatrist, and author, Dr. Dan lets you in on a little secret. Post Traumatic Stress doesn't "have to" be the devestating disorder in every case. Learn about the STAPLE Approach to Trauma and how you can help others, and yourself, reclaim a full and meaningful life after trauma.
What to do when someone with PTSD pushes you away
Episode 47: When someone with PTSD pushes you away, you need to know what to do because it is so painful. Dr. Daniel Williams, MD discusses this difficult topic, as it is the most often asked regarding PTSD.
How to Help Someone with PTSD when the Push You Away
* Don't chase them.
* Your story is safe.
* Start with Your Strength. Many prefer a non-threatening course like the Sex Therapy or Pet Therapy courses that come with membership.
* Don't feed into unhealthy behavior.
* Don't be an enabler.
What Not to do after PTSD
This is an entire chapter in the very first book I wrote (Combat PTSD in America: Toward a Permanent Solution) as Chief Resident at Baylor Scott & White, which is available as PDF in the Mental Component course.
* Put a time limit on grief.
* Assume anything, especially that someone will be better if they talk about it.
* Stick exposure therapy up your assessment.
Start a Podcast to Heal
Episode 46: Dr. Williams reveals his social media strategy that is in three phases for audio, video and manual vs. automatic syndication.
Podcasting as a Life Purpose
I consider podcasting to be very enriching. It makes me feel like the hard lessons I've had can serve a purpose. Therefore, I put podcasting for a purpose to help others as a deeply spiritual endeavor.
Censored vs. Uncensored Platforms
Episode 45 already covered the need to search out your doctor's opinions in the era of censorship. There are still platforms that are uncensored. For my businesses, the strategy will be to:
* Have censored audio podcasts starting now and going forward.
* Video record the audio podcasts to create a video version to share the the visual learners.
* Create native video podcasts in uncensored platforms.
Behind the scenes look at the PTSD Academy Podcasting process, so you won't feel so intimidated to do it yourself:
* Brainstorm the idea and marry it up with good keyword research.
* Record the audio and edit it in Camtasia.
* Find good art work in Adobe Stock Photography.
* Edit photo so it's a small file size in Adobe Photoshop.
* Post to WordPress site, which is then automatically syndicated to the long list below:
Different Platforms to Serve the Needs of Others
* Google Play
Search Our Your Doctor’s Advice (“opinion”)
Episode 45: It's important to search out your doctor's advice now more than ever. Censorship reigns supreme for a reason, so Dr. Daniel Williams outlines a strategy for identifying good doctor advice online.
Censored Doctors, as it turns out, were right
The rabbit hole goes deeper than any of us could have imagined. The church was waiting to be raptured, sleeping?
You know, most people in the world still don't have access to uncensored information. Among those that do, fewer are using the critical reasoning skills I paid a lot of money to acquire.
Julie Reeder called it correctly in February, 2021
I don't enter into debates about the virus or the biowar, so I'm not mentioning the article to point out that vaccines leave your worse off than natural immunity. I'm mentioning it because the censorship is worse now, so start preparing yourself now for the consequences if the conspiracy theorists are even half-right.
Search our Your Doctor's Opinions today!
Beware of big tech, big pharma. WWIII is on.
My uncensored material is inside our PTSD Academy Circle Community.
My list of Censored Publication Sites:
* Google Play
Find the Best PTSD Podcasts FAST
Episode 44: I'm about to do so many podcasts that these early ones will drop off your aggregator list.
How to Find PTSD Podcasts
* In the upper right, you will see the magnifying glass.
* Click on the magnifying glass.
* Just type the episode number, for example "41" in the search area.
* Click Enter.
Listen to The PTSD Academy Podcast on your Favorite App:
* Google Play
Shame. It’s What’s Wrong With You.
Episode 43: Every good lie has some truth mixed in. In today's episode, PTSD Psychiatrist Daniel Williams, MD reveals the secret to your enemy's plan: to make you feel a certain way. If you have PTSD and are made to feel similar than you did before, you could be in trouble. If you don't practice self-care, learn to release energy, and experience good vibrations (in balance), your pain will just accumulate.
The PTSD Shame Assessment Checklist
Do you like to eat ice cream at midnight? Do you hold back on exercise? Do you mumble evil things under your breath? Do you self-destruct after an emotional quarrel? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, welcome to episode 43.
How well can you detect shame?
Read this quotation:
Remember, ignorance is the lack of knowledge and that's perfectly ok. Stubbornness causes real morbidity and mortality, such as heart disease and unforgiveness. Therefore, refusal to learn about things that directly affect your wellbeing is a stupid thing to do.
Did you detect shame in there? There was none. It turns out in recovery that I can do a LOT of stupid things, but I am not the sum of my actions. Folks, you've been made for so much more!
Saying "What's Wrong With You?" is the problem.
In my previous podcast, guilt vs. shame was discussed in which shame gets personal. Guilt is about the act that was wrong. Shame takes it much further and says the personal character is the problem.
If you enjoyed this podcast, then I didn't trigger too much shame in you, lol! I used authentic humility to disarm, which is how YOU can speak to loved ones with PTSD.
Ancient Energy Medicine vs Modern Science
Episode 42: As the global population embraces the government science of the day, the attention is taken off the the marvelous discoveries in science. The world is changing so rapidly, with censorship and all, that the disparity between the current cultural delusions and the brutal reality of poverty and death is growing.
The real scientist questions everything. And follows the science where the data lead.
The Modern Scientific Method
It wasn't until AFTER I graduated from my post-doctoral program as the Chief Resident at Baylor Scott & White that I learned what healing actually is.
The first step in the scientific process is observation. When people are dying, or there is a 1,000-fold plus increased rate of harm than expected, or a va x ine doesn't actually work, or there is N O pandem ic, science principles tell us to follow these observations and hold them up to the light of day. See if there's any validity to it far-fetched ideas, even conspiracy theories. To oppose research of concerning safety observations isn't science at all. It's Nazi fervor, much like the electricity described at Hitler's speeches.
Charles Darwin's Theory Unsupported by Quantum Physics Research
If the scientific method wasn't developed, we never would have learned so many valuable pieces of evidence supporting Creation Theory, or at least discounting athiest Darwinism. Science, as it turns out, is more wise than man-made religions over the years.
The Wisdom of Ancient Hieroglyphics
The body maps on the ancient cave walls reveal that there is more than coincidence behind acupuncture, reflexology, trigger point massage, emotional freedom tapping technique and Emotion Code.
It turns out that the ancient "meridians", or electromagnetic current channels, in the human body are real. Through those same points flow biophotons with information that transcends individual organs but carried information from the entire organism.
PTSD Energy Psychology Research References:
* _Stapleton_-_SOEH_References (1)
* bonghan ducts and acupunture
* Church 2009 EFT in Veterans - 50 percent reduction after 90 days
* Feinstein_-_SOEH_References (1)
* a href="http://ptsdacademy.
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