PTSD

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Cyberbullying, PTSD and Depression (Part 3)*

*In our previous two Weekly Tips you were taught about the emotionally devastating consequences of cyberbullying, poignantly portrayed by the story...

Cyberbullying, PTSD and Depression (Part 2)*

In last week’s Tip you learned about the emotionally devastating effects of cyberbullying. Today, I will share with you the story...

Cyberbullying, PTSD and Depression (Part 1)*

When you hear parents refer to “bullying” in conversation, there are often stories of kids being pushed into lockers, eating alone...

The DNA of Emotional Health – Part 7
OCD: A Soul Possessed by Satanic Firefights

Nobody should be stuck inside their nightmarish inner worlds forever. Genetic testing can provide a way out, and a roadmap for the journey back into the light.

The DNA of Emotional Health – Part 3
Biohacking OXTR: the “I Feel Comforted” Gene

The OXTR Gene with Two Variants Can Affect Your Psychological Wellbeing. Learn how biohacking OXTR variants can lead to very positive outcomes.

DNA Battle of the Sexes
Weaponized Genetic Testing and Depression in a Married Couple

We should be careful NOT to conceptualize mental illness as synonymous with “personality flaws”—and how toxic it can be to a love relationship when the biologic basis of mental illness is “weaponized.”

Are You an “Orchid” or a “Dandelion?”
How Sexual Trauma, interacting with SLC6A4 and COMT Genes, Provide the Answer

Some individuals are like orchids—absolutely incredible, requiring just the right circumstances to truly thrive. Other individuals are like dandelions. Dandelions can grow just about anywhere.