The Witching Hour is your catharsis.
What does it mean to be a warrior? Warriors are defined by battle. Fighting the stigma of treating trauma is a war all in its own. Do you struggle with overcoming the impossibility of intrusive thought? Try these next steps and overcome the nature of discourse by releasing the beast within.
Step one: Find Your Mode of Catharsis.
Start by picking out a favorite death metal or screaming form of music. When the 11th Hour of crippling panic rears its ugly head, screaming along to death metal, drumming through headphones, or walking on the treadmill while listening to spotify helped overcome the impossibility of intrusive thoughts.
Outpost 422 was created to develop catalyst research to help others through talk radio. The Witching Hour was designed to offer music as well, which airs weekly at http://www.clarionradio.com on Saturdays at 3 a.m. CDT, to offer opportunities to try out new ideas.
Step Two: Stick With Your Favorite Band. Mine is Immortal. Abbath and Mighty Ravendark are my quick reaction in times of crippling panic.
The key is to find the center of your universe. By reaching out to blog casts in times of struggle, the listener starts out with a quick link to YouTube to immediately navigate intrusive thoughts. Our methods are suggestive only. Take it or leave it. The choice is yours. You are the warrior. You are the only one who knows your own fight.
Step Three: Give Yourself a Break.
Have you downloaded the PTSD Coach App yet? The best method of fighting intrusive thoughts starts with the downloading an easy to use app. Scroll through the Outpost blog archive to find first-hand stories of triumph to keep you centered.
The Outpost 422 Witching Hour Mission: