Suicidal Thoughts Resolved thru ‘Healing PTSD Trauma’

Regain Your Emotional Health Through ‘Healing PTSD Trauma’
Fight Depression/Suicidal Thoughts

Christel B. D’Agostino, MSW, LCSW-R, CtH

We are expressing our deep appreciation to our veterans for their services. We are also very much concerned about the alarming increase in veterans which have been experiencing signs of post-traumatic stress (PTSD). There may be more incidents of PTSD than the records of the VA evidence. And even though there is more openness on part of our veterans to seek help, it has happened, on occasion, that medical staff has rejected a soldier’s cry for help. Suicides have been reported as a result.

The increasing rate of suicides reveals how trapped many of our soldiers feel, that their only way out of a hopelessly depressing situation is to commit suicide. How many young lives are destroyed by this war? How many of our soldiers return traumatized with symptoms of PTSD? Then the symptoms of PTSD get transmitted to the whole family. Each member of the family gets drawn into this vicious cycle, often without being aware of it consciously. This cycle of PTSD repeats itself from one generation to the next. It is called intergenerational or also transgenerational trauma depending on the variables involved.

During World War I traumatized soldiers were considered shell shocked. After having been forced to live in the trenches for too long, a part of the West front of the German Empire was ready to go on strike. The soldiers were no longer willing to be perched in the trenches with rats in their faces. Whoever of these men came back alive was traumatized. Their symptoms of PTSD might not have been battle but trench related. However, PTSD was still unknown. Could it possibly be that, while deployed, our soldiers’ so-called PTSD is not always battle related but related to some other factors?

Since WWI knowledge about the symptoms of combat stress or post-traumatic stress (PTSD) has advanced. PTSD has officially been classified by the American Psychological Association in 1980. Before then, many a veteran was diagnosed with depression or some other label which then may have led to wrong treatment and ineffective medical prescriptions. Too many veterans have been ending up in mental wards or prisons because of wrong diagnosis. It is progress that now many judges in court realize that a veteran who commited a crime must be suffering from PTSD. Judges will then order treatment for PTSD.

As we progress in our awareness and treatment methods for PTSD, hopefully, we will develop more efficient safety nets for our veterans, to ensure they are being listened to, while deployed, and to facilitate an easier adjustment while at home.

‘Healing PTSD Trauma‘ is an excellent method to transmute the symptoms of PTSD in a fast-paced, gentle fashion. It is ideally suited to shift the toxic energies of depression and suicidal thoughts and replace them with renewed confidence and clarity of thoughts.

Healing PTSD Trauma’ will heal any trauma, present or going back in time to childhood, birth trauma, transgenerational or intergenerational PTSD.

Among the symptoms of PTSD are: nightmares, insomnia, sexual assault, flashbacks, hypervigilance, uncontrollable outburst of rage, depression, anxiety or panic attacks, confusion.

As a war trauma survivor I created my Universal Vibrational Therapy ™ to resolve my own trauma.
I have been trauma free for nearly twenty years now. Veterans, you, and all other unsung heroes, can also regain emotional and mental health. Listening to my CD ‘Healing PTSD Trauma’ will transmute the toxic energies of the PTSD frequencies.

Through the Companion CD ‘Restabilize your Energy‘ you will learn to keep your energy field healthy from any old or new toxic energy intrusions.

The ‘Success Strategies’ constitute a bonus to adapt a positive mindset.

Healing PTSD Trauma’ on CD is your chance to own yourself again.

By Christel D • •

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