I’m OK. You’re OK. Are you really? Most of us are on overdrive. As a result, we are stressed out. We don’t eat well. Don’t sleep well. Don’t enjoy time with our loved ones enough. Stress interferes with everything. Especially our health. We have too many deadlines, and too many devices running our lives. Read a few of my previous posts (http://thenamastecounsel.com/yoga-blog/) on “The Way Life Should Be,” “The Yoga Sutras,” or “Yoga at Sea” for my view of a more balanced stress free life.
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Written by UT Health Scie… on Aug 12 2013 - 4:14pm
In an unprecedented show of support for our nation’s wounded warriors, the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs have agreed to provide approximately $45 million over five years for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) research to advance PTSD diagnosis, prevention and treatment for service members and veterans.
Written by Tawseef Ali on May 29 2013 - 5:17pm
More returning service members report marital distress than report PTSD, depression or anxiety. However, military marriages are remarkably resilient in the face of the many stresses of deployment. "Two-gether on the Home Front" is a relationship enrichment program adapted for military couples. This course is facilitated by Dan Ratliff, Professor of Marriage and Family therapy at St. Mary's University.
Written by Amanda Evrard on Oct 4 2012 - 5:32pm
Replay Video: On Oct. 11 the Children's Shelter hosted a panel discussion on the correlation between child abuse, post traumatic stress and early childhood depression and how they hinder cognitive brain development. NOWCastSA webcast live from the Oblate School of Theology's Grotto Ministry Center, located at 5700 Blanco Rd., as a panel of child mental health professionals discussed the impact of child abuse and how San Antonio can prevent it. NOWCastSA Managing Director Charlotte-Anne Lucas moderated the panel.