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How Virtual Reality Is Revolutionizing Clinical Therapy and Treatment Rehabilitation

In 2016, virtual reality is exciting. Be it dogfighting through space in EVE: Valkyrie, defusing bombs in Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, or making a complete ass of an operation in Surgeon Simulator, the past few years have seen the tech finally catch up with the vision. 65 more words

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Days of Wine and Roses

Photo taken by contributor Livonne, a 55-year-old woman who lives in the Blue Mountains of Australia. She was diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder over 20 years ago following a troubled childhood, a violent marriage, and the tragic death of her 10-year-old daughter on an access visit. 154 more words


Officer with PTSD pleads guilty to sending sexts to complainants

An Ottawa police officer who was attempting to “self-soothe” his post-traumatic stress disorder by sexting female witnesses and complainants in his police investigations has pleaded guilty to 16 counts of misconduct under the Police Services Act. 978 more words

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Army Veterans "Stoked" To Get Service Dogs To Help Cope With PTSD

CHICAGO (CBS) — Two veterans struggling to deal with life after the military have received some help in the form of service dogs.

Sean Cheker, 32, and Clayton Irons, 60, both Army vets met their German shepherd rescue service dogs on Wednesday at Pawsitively Heaven Pet Resort in Chicago Ridge. 434 more words


Jeff Brown about why people try to shut down those who have the courage to deal with the truth about abuse

“So many people get judged when they refuse to put their pain away. They get judged for showing it, for speaking it, for insisting on sharing their memories of abuse with those they know. 217 more words

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May we all speak our truths, before our buried truths destroy us. Out with the old, in with the true…

Hat Creek Ridge

Please welcome first-time contributor Greg Noble, a 68-year-old Navy veteran with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Greg is a medically retired truck driver who drove 3.5 million miles during his career. 135 more words


Working Jersey

Finding a job in Jersey has been more challenging than I had anticipated. It’s been like finding a needle in a haystack. Having been out of the workforce… 690 more words