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Scott’s Personal Relationship Series
Personal Relationships:
It’s not just about them
Personal Relationships:
Dealing with difficult interchanges
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Personal Relationships:
Living In Well Being
Personal Relationships:
The Gift of Failure

60% of adults report experiencing abuse or other difficult family circumstances during childhood.

 
"I’m doing great! I’ve re-written my affirmations, I’m saying them, and coming up with new ones. I’m running through certain ones in my head more than other… I’m keeping them running through my head as much as I can. Anyway, I’m doing much better, I appreciate your time, and I’m appreciating being reconnected with my Higher Self. Thank you!" D.F., CA
Living In Well Being
Focused Well Being:
Helping Others Help Ourselves First
Focused Well Being:
Holding Yourself In Well Being
 

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Expectation of Success
Everyone has Desires
The traumatic events most often associated with PTSD for women are rape, sexual molestation, physical attack, being threatened with a weapon, and childhood physical abuse.
Reaching for Growth
Change Your Thoughts
Fear in Children
Fear: Clear the Road Blocks
In 1980, PTSD was recognized as a disorder with specific symptoms that could be reliably diagnosed and was added to the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.
The Perfection of Imperfection
 
“Thank you. My work with you has helped my life greatly. I came to you to resolve and clear my feelings of negativity. I've achieved great results with your help." D.G., WA
17% of combat troops are women; 71% of female military personnel develop PTSD due to sexual assault within the ranks.