Is Childhood PTSD Making You Seem Unavailable?

It’s very, very common for people with Childhood PTSD to feel they only know how to attract unavailable and screwed up partners. How can you attract healthy people instead?

Answer: With a bright cab light.

“Cab light” is slang for the vibe you give off to prospective partners, attracting them toward you when bright, or making you invisible when your light is dim. (The term comes from the light on top of a taxi cab, which is ON when the cab is available for passengers). Healthy people look for certain signs when they date — in other words, a bright cab light. In this video I talk about how to brighten your light, and how to recognize a bright light in others.

See you in a couple days with a new post.

Anna (the Fairy)

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