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My Time, Your Time, and The Vault

My brain is its own vault. From the second I awake in the morning to the moments I drift off to sleep, unbeknownst to me, my brain is ravenously devouring all that is around me. 1,724 more words

Aspergers

Friday Facts- May 28, 2015- Audie Murphy

Audie Murphy, who had his sister falsify an affidavit about his age when he was turned down from the army after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, was one of the most decorated soldiers of WWII and actually received the Medal of Honor at the very young age of 19. 231 more words

Friday Facts

Morality isn't relative

Morality isn’t relative….
There is a code of conduct that is above all ideologies, reasoning’s, arguments and more importantly, above group consensus. All of us have a guiding voice that adheres to this supreme code of conduct. 201 more words

A Light On PTSD

New Normal

I wasn’t planning to write today, but I know if I skip today’s blog post, a cycle will start and I probably won’t return back to blogging after today of skipping. 1,055 more words

Depression

Effect of the Stalker on My Backwards Vision

As a psychiatrist I have had my share of experiences with stalkers. Recently I had a reminder of my own experiences with this awful process, that is not really germane here and now. 2,799 more words

Stalking

Paramedics comforted by support available for PTSD

Watch above: It’s Paramedics Services Week in Saskatchewan and is affording officials the opportunity to highlight how far support services have come when it comes to dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder. 427 more words

Canada

A Never-Ending Battle by Howard B. Patrick

Howard B. Patrick’s A Never-Ending Battle: How Vietnam Changed Me Forever (CreateSpace, 208 pp., $10.99, paper) is a classic account of how combat in the Vietnam War resulted in many years of post-traumatic stress disorder that adversely affected his life.This book is a basic primer for anyone unfamiliar with what the combat experience was like for veterans who served in the Vietnam War.   425 more words

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