Resentment: A Trigger for CPTSD and Dysregulation

What’s the difference between anger and resentment in Childhood PTSD? Is it really so wrong to be resentful? Isn’t there a risk of becoming a forgiving “doormat” if you lose the resentment you carry against those who wronged you?

In this video I explain the everyday toxicity of resentful thoughts, and how to use my Daily Practice to release resentment and fear, and gain more clarity, and more power to make choices in life.


Want to feel better today? You can learn my techniques for releasing fear and resentment, and healing dysregulation here.

And if you like it, you may want to take the full course “Healing Childhood PTSD” which you can learn about here.

Follow my YouTube Channel! It’s full of videos and a huge and lively bunch of commenters who love to talk about this stuff.

And I hope you’ll follow the blog too.

I’ve just released my new course, Dating and Relationships for People with Childhood PTSD! Click on this link to learn more and register!

Have a great week, everyone,

Anna (the Fairy)

By |2019-02-07T15:45:24+00:00January 30th, 2019|0 Comments

About the Author:

I'm the author of the Crappy Childhood Fairy blog, which offers advice based on my own experience and reading. I live with my husband and kids, and run a small business in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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