Everyone’s brain and emotions get dysregulated sometimes, and almost everyone is able to eventually re-regulate. But if you grew up with abuse, neglect or other
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Even though the abuse and neglect we endured in childhood is long over, the lingering effects can leave us depressed, anxious, negative and disempowered —
Childhood PTSD can have a devastating effect on our entire lives — especially in our romantic partnerships. It can feel hopeless, but the great news
Last fall I surveyed followers of the Crappy Childhood Fairy to ask what topics I should be sure to cover in my new course on
Millions of people around the world are working to heal their Childhood PTSD (which is very positive). I’ve noticed there are two general approaches people
During a break in taping my new course on dating and relationships, I recorded this story about how hard it can be to change the
Last year was the best year of my life. For one thing, I finally lost the extra weight I’d been carrying — about 40 pounds.
This week, my video talks about the seeming cloud that can hang over folks who who went through a lot of adverse childhood experiences
The good news is, you can re-regulate your own brain. This is one of the key ways to self-treat PTSD. It takes practice, but if you pay attention, you’ll notice when it’s happening and begin to identify the triggers.