Everyday PTSD

Help with PTSD

In my practice many themes emerge that indicate the ongoing collective human suffering patterns on the planet. I experience many people with the symptoms of PTSD regardless if they’ve had an event trauma or not. Right now the level of distorted survival fear that clouds the lens that human beings experience life through is prolific. It is sometimes startling to me …

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Relationships Can Be Effortless

Relationships Can Be Effortless

We’ve all heard it before: “All relationships are hard work.” Bullshit. What I’ve found to be more effective when loving someone and sharing who you are, is that it shouldn’t consume your life or even be work at all. In my opinion, relationships can be effortless. Both people are completely transparent about who they are and what …

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Welcome Note From Dr. T

Dr. Tracy Thomas welcomes you

Welcome Everyone, So I feel like I’ve been keeping a juicy little secret for a long time now, so it’s great to be with you here and let you in on it. After you read what I have to say, feel free to tell anyone and everyone about it because I’m ready to shift from …

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What Real Romance Looks Like

What Real Romance Looks Like

This is Part 3 of the Relationship Series. If you missed Parts 1 and 2, you can find them here: Part 1: Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places >> Part 2: Chemistry Does Not Equal True Passion >> In Part 1, I talked about how the best (and only) way to make sure your needs …

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Tis the Season For Anxiety

Tis the Season For Anxiety

Anxiety is a completely natural response to stress. It’s a built in security system that alerts you to say “this is a hostile environment”. The problem is, our bodies can’t tell the difference from real vs. perceived danger which means we are constantly on high alert these days. As soon as we are uncomfortable, our …

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The Thyroid Story

The Thyroid Story

did you know that january is thyroid awareness month? (Well, you know now!) And I love that. Because becoming aware of my thyroid and taking care of it literally changed my life. Now, if you’re here on this website, there’s a chance that you already know a little about what your thyroid is (basically, your …

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The Only Diet I Follow

The Only Diet I Follow

Did you make a New Year’s Resolution? (Or, if you don’t use that phrase, did you at least think that you’re going to make a change in 2014? Get a fresh start?) Well, here’s the thing with resolutions – there will come a time when you look at your behavior and think, “Shit. I slipped …

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The Human-ness of Depression

The Human-ness of Depression

This is Part 2 of the Depression Discussion. If you missed Part 1, you can find it here >> In Part 1, I talked about how using ‘demons’ to describe emotional sensitivity was inaccurate; and, how having a loving conversation about the pain associated with positive or negative experiences can be therapeutic to begin accepting emotions …

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Taking Charge: Holidays

Taking Charge: Holidays

Family can be…how do I put this…triggering. Family can be triggering. There’s a way that we walk through our lives calm and collected (for the most part), but the holidays come up and we’re thrown into family situations—or maybe we find ourselves just not participating in family events at all and both of those things …

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