May
02
2012

If you were unconscious and in a coma (or recovering from the coma) for several weeks following the accident, your mind may not have been able to process and store your experiences. In short, it may very well be that there is no memory of your accident that you CAN retrieve … at least, not in ways currently understood by mainstream science. Read the entire post…

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May
02
2012

Q.My question is about retrograde amnesia. Eighteen years ago, while riding a bike, I was hammered by an oncoming jeep. I broke many bones and lay in a coma for two weeks. I have no memory of the accident, from the night before to six weeks after. Only a brief flash of a moment, when I was out on the bike, stands out in my mind. I did experience post-traumatic stress attacks for 13 years, but after I returned to the site of the accident, I brought closure to it and no longer experience such attacks. Read the entire post…

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Sep
15
2011

Depression

Posted by: Sherrie in Categories: Psychlogical Issues.
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Just in time for the holidays, the Surgeon General released a report on America’s mental health crisis. What’s supposed to be a time of joyous gift giving and family get-togethers, is often underlined with the stress of increased spending and enduring varying degrees of family dysfunction.

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