The Nature and Power of Thoughts

The Nature and the Power of ThoughtsThe single most productive thing I have learned in my recovery journey is how to take a thought captive--how not allow it

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Do You See Him? The Impact of Sexual Abuse on Men

I wrote this piece 'Do You See Him?' after touring with a documentary on human trafficking that featured my story called Stopping Traffic. At every show, I was

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Overcoming A Victim Mentality: Are you F*cked Over By People OR Guided By Ars3rholes?

F*cked Over By People OR Guided By Ars3rholes ? Overcoming A Victim MentalityA simple question for all you fine folks.... Do you see yourself as f*cked over by

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The Importance of Resilience in Overcoming Trauma

​In an interview with Chris Lengyel of Help Me PTSD, Melissa and I discuss the importance of resilience in sustainable trauma or PTSD recovery.The key to sustainable recovery

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HOW TO DEAL WITH SHITTY DAYS

When Life serves you lemons – CRUSH THOSE BUGGERS TO A PULP. Everyone has bad days–sometimes even a string of them put together. When you are dealing with

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PTSD IS NOT A COMPETITION

PTSD Is Not A Pissing Competition I was contacted by a female veteran who made it very clear to me that they believe that REAL PTSD was only

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3 WAYS TO TELL IF SOMEONE CARES FOR YOU

 It's difficult to know.Some people just want to sit and hear our horror stories.Others want fodder for the gossip machine.Here are 3 ways to tell if someone is

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4 THINGS TO HELP WITH TRAUMA FLASHBACKS OF MEMORIES.

Melissa and I talk extensively in “#dealwithit – living well with PTSD” about how we cope with flashbacks and nightmares and lack of sleep in general associated with

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PTSD BOOK FOR VETERANS AND TRAUMA SUFFERERS.

Dr. John King Discusses His Book #DealWithIt – living well with PTSD. This clip is taken from the documentary “Light In The Darkness” “#dealwithit – living well with

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TIPS FOR LIVING WITH PTSD.

TIPS FOR LIVING WITH PTSD. I think the bigger question is for people is: What is normal and normal for whom? Here are some tips for living with

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