4 tips for dealing with a negative or critical inner voice.
Many times panic attacks are not panic attacks at all. It is really the result of an emotional triggering reaction from past traumatic situations. Physical reactions are the same. Find out the difference between panic attacks and PTSD triggers.
If Only thinking is a side effect of PTSD and stops your healing dead in its tracks? Learn to change your thinking patterns and become healthier.
A habit develops quietly without your knowledge. A habit can become uncomfortable, destructive or even toxic. Learn steps to change your habits into positive habits.
Journaling is a powerful way improve the health of your body, and spirit as well as de-clutter your mind of stressful thoughts. Here are 10 healthy advantages of journaling.
Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) has been a very misinterpreted, underestimated, misunderstood, and feared disorder. DID forms through self-power, not weakness. In this article, I talk about using the system unification method to heal DID.
15 signs your inner voice is in charge of your life and 6 tips on how to calm your negative inner voice and turn it positive.
It is the formation of core beliefs in your subconscious mind that powerfully influences your opinion of yourself and the development of your identity.
It is the algorithms embedded in your subconscious mind is ruling your life. These algorithms are termed "mind code." Learn to hack your mind code and take back your control.
Dissociative Identity Disorder or DID is a very misunderstood condition. DID is a normal reaction to repeated overwhelming life-threatening events as a result of abuse and traumatic experiences.
A very interesting short story about the process and fulfillment of aging that all can identify with and will pull on heart strings. Flash 20 years into the future.
What has a reliance on digital devices cost us? Are we becoming too addicted to devices? Are we more interested in being “technically connected” or "personally connected?"
Do thoughts influence your behavior, your emotions, your life? Tips on how to change your thoughts from negative to positive and become unclouded.
Coffee is an extremely addictive but possibly a healthy one. Maybe you have not met a coffee worth that investing in.
This 20 question thought addiction assessment can help you to determine if you are experiencing a thought addiction or not.
Thoughts are a gift. Yet thoughts can turn 180 degrees and show a dark side. 7 indications to help you figure out if your mind & emotions are under attack.
Combat traumatic memories and flashbacks can be healed along with significant decrease in Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) symptoms. Learn how combat memories and flashbacks develop. Read 2 studies about two veterans and how a new method helped them heal their wounds.
There is a true connection between trauma/abuse, and the formation of addictions in survivors. Learn more about how the connection forms.
Thought addiction is possible. It is the gateway to other addictive behavior. Become more mindful of thought addiction and tips to stop thought addiction.
Words have the power. The words you speak influence and shape your personality, belief system and how you are perceived. Tips on how to change yourself and how you are perceived through our own words.
Thought looping, overthinking or habitual thoughts can seriously affect your life. 6 tips on how to unblock looping thoughts.
Core beliefs are very powerful self-messages which formed as you grow up. Core belief influences how you act, feel, think, and react. Here are three tips for re-scripting your negative core beliefs into positive ones.
DID systems are the result of a normal reaction to repetitive abuse and trauma. Change your mindset to positive on how you view Dissociative Identity Disorder.
Why do you do what you do and think the way you do? 4 tips on what might be your answer.
Too much stress can decrease your ability to perform in life. Learn what stress is and how to beat its harmful effects. Tips on how to reduce stress in your life.
Everyone experiences fear. If you run from fear then you will never be able to stand up for anything in your life including yourself.
What is blocking you from achieving your goals? Here are 5 questions to ask yourself to help you reach goals and have a positive experience doing them.
Dissociative Identity Disorder is a normal response to experiencing multiple life-threatening events. Then the loss of communication with parts of self is a normal result.
Fragmentation is a normal and natural response to experiencing repetitive traumatic and life-threatening situations.
Trauma symptom relapse is a fact. It is very common to all survivals who suffer from PTSD. Learn about "trauma thrill" and how it is triggered. Gain strength through a real story of a survivor.
Six steps to change self-destructive expectations while enhancing your personal power to live a healthier and fuller life.
Self-judgment of your performance drives depression. Depression is a mind code virus.
People with PTSD suffer from flashbacks and traumatic memories of their painful experiences. You can erase and eliminate flashbacks and traumatic memories.
Many relinquish their ownership of their body or themselves totally due to trauma events. Learn how to create a document of ownership of self and free yourself.
Change your mental programming. 8 ways to change your thinking so it will no longer block your success. Increase your command over your thought patterns.