Without seeing you and diagnosing your problem I cannot tell which file you need. If you want to diagnose your problem, here is a resource that can help. https://screening.mentalhealthscreening.org/cityofphila
In general, If you lost someone or something that you loved, you are probably grieving. If you feel like a failure or unlovable, you may well be depressed. If you have flashbacks or nightmares related to a traumatic event, you very well may have PTSD. If your symptoms are related to an event, or events, that took place more than 2-3 months ago, you should deal with it.
If you have recently lost someone and want immediate relief from your grief, you do not have to wait. See the Grief testimonial provided by Laura, she was devastated by her sister’s suicide but was amazingly able to overcome it two months after it happened. In an hour. I have used the same technique in my office with clients days after their loss with the same results.
Actually, if you are someone who tends to feel guilty, you may want to wait a few months after your loss, and allow yourself to grieve until you are tired of it. The grieving MP3 file works so well that if you do it too soon you may feel guilty because you can smile, laugh, and feel happy again. See the written Grief testimonial from Ahmad B. in the SAU.
Some people are both grieving and depressed, and some have PTSD and are depressed. Rarely do people have both PTSD and grief. It sometimes happens, when someone you care about dies horribly in front of you and you feel or were somehow responsible. Luckily that is rare.
Since the symptoms of grief, depression, and PTSD do overlap, and sometimes coexist, it may be difficult for you to know which narrated file(s) to use. I simply suggest that you try the most likely narrated file, and if you do not get the result you want redo the file a couple of times. If that does not work, try the next possibility.
If you grew up in an abusive household the narrations on this site may not completely solve your problems. If this is the case we offer telehealth sessions to address your specific situation. These sessions are charged at at standard psychology payment rates and can be paid via credit card or PayPal.