Healthy Coping For Traumatic Events

Traumatic events can trigger powerful feelings like anxiety, stress, nervousness, sadness, anger, and more.  There are many kinds of trauma. It can be personal, like an assault or abuse, or a global crisis, like a natural disaster, a pandemic, or even war.  Trauma takes an emotional and mental toll. But the good news is that…

Lifestyle #2915

Surviving A Shooting

Today, we’re talking about mass shootings. Our first guest, Debbi Tamietti, survived a mass shooting when a gunman opened fire on unsuspecting concert goers in Las Vegas at the Route 91 Harvest music festival. She shares her story and the tools that she learned from David Kessler to deal with that trauma. Also joining us is best-selling author, and one of the world’s foremost experts on healing and loss, David Kessler.  He shares how his experience from a mass shooting as a 13-year-old shaped his life and the healing mechanisms he recommends when you are a victim of trauma. Free Offer: CareNotes “Responding to Life’s Challenges with Resilience and Strength” Offer Code: LIFE-T-F-401 Offer Description: Resilience doesn’t simply mean “bouncing back” from a trauma, loss, or disaster. It also means being proactive whenever possible and planning for or preventing such circumstances. CareNotes author Mary Kendrick Moore helps readers call upon the strengths and abilities needed to respond helpfully and hopefully to life’s challenges in sections titled: “Acknowledge your loss and fear,” “Believe in your ability to foster resilience,” “Exercise your brain,” and “Find support among those you trust.”

Lifestyle #2811

Media Trauma

The pressure is on for today’s parents to understand the barrage of media their kids are confronted with every minute of every day. We’re discussing social media today and the media trauma that is experienced depending on how much time is spent on entertainment/media on a personal device. Jenny Black is a licensed marriage and family therapist from Tennessee. She’s joined by her husband, Adam, and their two children, Brandon and Avery, who were exhibiting signs of media trauma. They are Co-Founders of Media Trauma Care a volunteer group of professionals dedicated to bring awareness and resources to care for those impacted by media trauma. Also weighing in on how dangerous media trauma can be is CNN’s technology contributor, Lori H. Schwartz, who was dubbed by Variety as one of 30 executives shaping the evolution of technology. She also is on the Board of Governors for the Interactive Media Peer Group for the Television Academy.   Free Offer: Digital book by Jenny Black, INNER TECHNOLOGY How to be Human in a Digital World Offer Description: Digital book by Jenny Black, INNER TECHNOLOGY How to be Human in a Digital World CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD

Lifestyle #2609

Serve & Protect

We’re used to hearing about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder when talking about victims of rape or military veterans suffering from trauma from battle. But there is another group that regularly experiences it. Rob Michaels, the founder and CEO of Serve & Protect is here today to explain why many first respondents are dealing with PTSD. Also, joining us today is Simon Chan, a veteran that survived a traumatic incident who is now a trauma therapist. Free Offer: (1) CareNotes pamphlet “Coping With Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder” (2) Web article “First Responders PTSD Symptoms” Offer Code: COPING-T-F-401 Offer Description: (1) Though this CareNote is written by the Staff of the National Military Family Association, the information contained within can be of help to anyone who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Whether due to the experiences of combat, abuse, loss, or other trauma, PTSD can disrupt a person’s livelihood, relationships, and general well-being. This CareNote offers both the sufferer and his or her loved ones a thorough overview of the disorder and provides proven resources and avenues for getting help. ( (2) Web article from  

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