Tag Archives: loss

Pensive ramblings on loss and love [weekly vlog]

Happy weekend everyone! I hope you all had a lovely week. Mine was okay, not great, but not bad. I got a new job. I am missing someone in my life. I managed to speak a little more in therapy. Becky found out her grandad has about 6 months to live. It’s been a weird… Read More »

My Trauma Story | PTSD, Anxiety & Depression | Christmas Day 2016

Filmed and posted on December 25, 2016 Here is a little background on some of my trauma. I am sharing my story in hopes to help others with their mental illnesses. Story starts at about 3:35 Don’t forget to subscribe! Follow me Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter @roxyplus1 My blog www.roxyplus1.com Source: Youtube

You’re Not Alone: Journeys Through Grief

“You’re Not Alone: Journeys Through Grief” contains stories of grief and loss, told from the point of view of bereaved family members, hospice chaplains and bereavement professionals; stories of holding on and letting go; stories that remind us through the telling and the hearing, that even in the midst of grief, we are not alone.… Read More »

Desecrate Through Reminiscence | Short Film

A man, dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, takes a trip around an old, psychedelic condo, and has odd premonitions about people he lost. Shot in 6 hours at the Hollywood Tower in Los Angeles. Directed by RC Asli & Adam M. Francis Source: Youtube

Post-Traumatic Growth

This is the story of how my brother taught me to be true to myself. Presented live December 9th, 2015 at Union Hall in Brooklyn, New York as a part of The Story Collider’s Science of Growing Up. Audio provided by The Story Collider: http://www.storycollider.org/stories/2016/1/8/ali-mattu-my-brother-the-trekkie. Topics Discussed: – Anxiety – Complicated Grief – Flashbulb Memories… Read More »

FIBROMYALGIA-How I basically cured it!

Personal update on this condition https://youtu.be/NXBeED37uQ4 Re-upload. This is my story of Fibromyalgia. Unless I get a lot of requests, I will not make another video about it. I just wanted to let my viewers know my story. I am of course available on Twitter for help or questions! Thanks for watching! Song by supricky06… Read More »

Helping Your Child with Traumatic Events with Lynea Gillen, LPC, MS

Counselor Lynea Gillen, MS, on the KATU Portland (OR) morning show *AM Northwest,* talks about ways you can help your child deal with traumatic events. Broadcast 7/24/12. In her individual, group, and family work, Lynea has helped children with ADHD, friendship, divorce, loss and social skills. She is author of the children’s book *Good People… Read More »

Men’s Fitness Magazine Promoting Male Anorexia & Eating Disorders!?

Male Eating Disorders In Fitness World – How Has It Gotten So Bad? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7aiRVkDK2w ►Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/juggernautfitnesstv?sub_confirmation=1 ►Subscribe to the JuggernautTacticalTV channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UClvrYLBNFSyuRa0s0qOujqQ?sub_confirmation=1 In this series Jason Blaha discussing the trend of male eating disorders and body image disorders that has seen a large growth rate in recently years due to shifts in attitude and values… Read More »

Using Trauma-Informed Care with Veterans – Dr. Patrick Welch

Dr. Patrick Welch discusses his own experiences with childhood trauma, his trauma experienced as a Vietnam War Veteran, and how trauma-informed care can help. The Institute on Trauma & Trauma-Informed Care presents “The Expert Advisory Series”. You are listening to an audio clip of Dr. Tom Nochajski talking to Dr. Patrick Welch about his own… Read More »

Detroit Nurses Cry Over Sick Patients

To see this entire film visit http://www.createspace.com/205722 . This is a clip from my film about stress and how nurses learn to deal with the intense stress they feel at work. It was designed to help nurses and others deal with burnout, a common problem in these stressful situations. I’m proud of its style –… Read More »

My Ectopic Pregnancy

I wanted to share my story with other people that maybe going through the same thing. Reaching out and sharing I feel is always the better way to go. Since I made the video I had one of the worse anxiety attacks I have ever had, it took me a good few hours to calm… Read More »