Well, this was kind of surprising. A couple of weeks ago I sent a survey out to my blog followers and people who signed up for first access to my upcoming course that’s all about healing the impact of Childhood PTSD on romantic relationships. I wanted to a reality check on topics I planned to cover, and the responses surprised me!
Twenty-nine people responded — hardly a representative sample, but people gave many interesting, thoughtful, generous answers. Their contributions were SO helpful for preparing to tape my course, especially when it comes to choosing how deeply I’ll go into certain topics.
The big question was about which topics are most important. People could check as many as they liked, and here’s what they said:
Then I asked what elements of the course would be most valuable. It turns out a lot of people are uncomfortable with the idea of group coaching, because there is a loss of privacy.
- 100% of the respondents believe they had Childhood PTSD.
- 97% of them believe Childhood PTSD affected their relationships.
- 7% are professionals in the field of trauma.
- 94% are female.
- 94% are heterosexual.
- Half live in the US, 29% in the UK, and 21% in Canada, Australia, Germany or Denmark.
- Age ranged from 27 to 78, with an average age of 49.
If you’d like to register for my new course Dating and Relationships for People with Childhood PTSD, you can do that here.
If you’d like to learn more about first course, Healing Childhood PTSD, (which gives a great foundation that will help you in the relationships course) I recommend you check it out.
If you’d like to learn the technique I use each day to heal brain/emotional dysregulation, you can take my free mini-course here.
And if you’re not sure if you have Childhood PTSD, you can download my quiz on symptoms you have experienced, here.
If you prefer videos to blog posts, be sure to find (and subscribe to!) the Crappy Childhood Fairy YouTube channel here.
Anna (the Fairy)