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Emotional Trauma: Wounds, Scars, and Everything in Between by VidyaSury Facebook Posted Fri 14 Sep 2012 2:20am (This beautiful excerpt is from the book "Trauma and the Twelve Steps: A Complete Guide to Enhancing Recovery" by Dr. Jamie Marich    who is an amazing individual and published here with her kind permission). The word trauma is the Greek word for "wound." Think for a moment about the word wound in a physical sense. What do we k ... Read on »
BATTLE WOUNDS by megse5 Patient Expert Posted Sat 11 Apr 2009 12:35am There are two kinds of battle wounds, that I know of. There are the wounds we wear on our skin for the whole world to see. And then there are the hidden wounds, the scars that are on the inside. It is the second type of battle wounds I am going to discuss in th ... Read on »
Christ Jesus Wounded And Crucified For His Friends by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Apr 2009 11:15pm “…One shall say unto him, What are these wounds in your hands? Then he shall answer, Those with which I was wounded in the house of my friends” (Zechariah 13:6). How Can Christ Know You? There is certainly the symbolism of the Old Testament of the sacrifice of Christ that occurred in the New Testament. The most significant is the symbolism ... Read on »
Shortness of breath after gunshot wound: can you make the diagnosis? by pathologystudent Posted Thu 12 Sep 2013 1:10pm Today’s post is a very good case presented by Richard Huang, a third-year medical student at St. George’s University.  Reading through this case and thinking about it as you go along is a great way to test your clinical knowledge, as well as your understanding of the underlying pathophysiologic concepts. Thanks, Richard! So without further ado, ... Read on »
Devotion: It Takes More Than The Passing Of Time To Heal Our Wounds by Lisa C. Posted Sun 27 Feb 2011 10:00am “[There is] a time to heal.” Ecclesiastes 3:3a A common saying among many is “time heals all wounds.” I have found this to be untrue. For example, there are people who have lived nearly a century who still exude daily bitterness or loneliness due to a tragedy that happened many years earlier. Does the passage of time make our pain ... Read on »
Time Heals All Wounds: Fact or Fiction? by Lisa C. Posted Sat 11 Aug 2012 10:00am “. . . A time to kill, a time to heal, a time to tear down, a time to build. (Ephesians 3:3) There is a common saying among many, “time heals all wounds.” Most cliches have a bit of truth to them, but I have never found the truth in this one. I have seen people who have lived nearly a century who still exude daily bitterness or lonelin ... Read on »
“WAR’S NEW WOUNDS. A shock wave of brain injuries” by Michael Merzenich Doctor of Philosophy Posted Thu 12 Apr 2007 3:56pm That was the headline in a Washington Post article written by Ronald Glasser, published on Sunday, April 8, 2007. It reported a rather astounding statistic that applies to veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars: About 30% of soldiers in those conflicts have been directly exposed to IED or other powerful explosions. That exposure has result ... Read on »
Dear Mark: Adding a Workout to an Active Life and Topical Wound Ointments by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 27 Jan 2013 9:58pm We’ve got a nice pair of questions for today’s . In the first, a young woman who’s perhaps the most intuitively active person I’ve ever heard about asks whether or not she should incorporate a dedicated, formal workout to her schedule of skiing, playing with dogs, hiking, manipulating heavy bags of dog food (in a physical sense, not an emotiona ... Read on »
The Story Of The Wounded Child by Evelyn Lim Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 20 Jul 2009 10:18pm (photo by pinksherbet / CC BY 2.0 ) The “wounded child” is an archetype which contains damaged or negative emotional patterns of our youth. No one tells the story of the wounded child better than Michael Jackson. In recent weeks, his childhood story has gained a revival of interest, as people search online to understand more about the man be ... Read on »
Dr. Romance Happiness Tip: "The Nail in the Fence: Healing Wounds" by Dr. Tina Tessina, Phd "Dr. Romance" Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 25 Oct 2010 12:00am This arrived in Dr. Romance 's e-mail:  “There once was a little boy who had a bad temper. His father gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper, he must hammer a nail into the back of the fence. The first day the boy had driven 37 nails into the fence. Over the next few weeks, as he learned to control ... Read on »