Disability healthcare information

I’m currently looking for resources assisting those with disabilities and found your website helpful. It aligns with what we are also trying to accomplish for communities across the country. As a Medicare patient resource center (Note: we do not sell or provide healthcare plans), we’ve made it our mission to help people with disabilities to get the most out of...[ read more ]

Homegrown Methods to Help You Sleep After Losing a Loved One

Losing a loved one can alter a person’s appetite, reduce immune function, and cause serious problems with sleeplessness. During this difficult time, it’s important to get enough sleep and keep your body moving. Since sleep can be harder to come by while grieving, here are a few methods you can utilize to sleep better, presented below by The Helping Place, LLC/ PTSD...[ read more ]

Positive Decision Making

Many of us have difficulty making decisions. We tell ourselves all kinds of stories so we won’t have to make decisions. It really doesn’t make a difference if it is a major decision, small decision or a just a decision about what you want to eat. Decisions are fraught with: I can’t do it, it won’t come out good, I...[ read more ]

Ditch These 5 Things Today to Instantly Improve Your Life

Nobody in the world is perfect, and we all have things in our lives we know aren’t good for our physical, mental, or emotional health. Maybe it’s a manipulative friend or spouse, unhealthy junk food habit, a job we’re burned out from, or negative thinking patterns. Maybe it’s clutter and disorganization at home. Whatever the case, The Helping Place, LLC with offices in Hallandale...[ read more ]

Getting Outside: How Outdoor Time Is Beneficial During Recovery

Exercise, in its many forms, is beneficial for so many reasons. It can help us lose weight, get in shape, and reduce stress. It can also help us feel better during bouts of depression or when the symptoms of PTSD are at their worst. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, a whopping 40 million adults in the...[ read more ]

5 Essential Tips for Military Members Re-entering Civil Society

Today, many people are considering what it means to re-enter the world after putting their lives on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic. Veterans and active military members are also familiar with the tumultuous process of re-entering society. Many men and women in the military struggle with their mental health and career decisions during this transition period, and services like PTSD...[ read more ]

Missed Love

My son called me on Sunday morning, to let me know that a good friend had just died from a drug overdose. I knew the young man since he was 4 years old, and now he would have been 42. I know his parents, his sister, his aunt and uncle, his cousins and I knew his grandparents.  He was a...[ read more ]

Remediation of PTSD in a Combat Veteran: A Case Study

George Lindenfeld1*, George Rozelle2, John Hummer3, Michael R. Sutherland4, and James C. Miller Abstract The post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) condition is a systemic neuro inflammatory state that emanates from a failure to recover from traumatic occurrence(s). Major complications associated with PTSD include problems with impulse control and issues related to verbal and physical outbursts of anger and rage. The...[ read more ]

Do I Love YOU!

I just read a good quote from ADHD and Marriage (1) that I wanted to share: “Just because someone doesn’t love you the way you think they should doesn’t mean they don’t love you with everything they have.” While it is easy to negate how people feel because they don’t feel the way you would like, that doesn’t mean that...[ read more ]

MEMORIAL DAY – 5-27-2019

Memorial Day is the day that we honor all the servicemen who died while trying to protect this country.  Originally known as Decoration Day, it originated in the years following the Civil War and became an official federal holiday in 1971. It should be a day when our entire country just meditates over all the dead and all the wars...[ read more ]



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