Tag Archives: CPTSD

E.Askelsson. Life with Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (CPTSD)

Music by Einar Askelsson Poem (I think) is by Sammy Payne. I found this poem somewhere on the internet and it touhed my heart since I can feel the emotions personally. I wrote this song some time ago. For instance saw it one of my files and decided to record instantly on my mobile and… Read More »

Healing PTSD/CPTSD after abuse from a Psychopath

Tonight’s *live discussion “Healing PTSD/CPTSD after abuse from a Psychopath” was prompted by your voice messages, emails and comments/requests. Please come join us and share what you know about “Healing PTSD/CPTSD after abuse from a Psychopath” 🙂 Complex Trauma Survivors often have a hard time discussing these topics due to the abuse they endured in… Read More »

Narcissism – Anxiety – CPTSD – Is It Hereditary?

I have done research on trauma, CPTSD, anxiety and stress. Is it hereditary? Experts say that narcissism is formed when a child is brought up in a toxic dysfunctional family. CPTSD and panic disorders including stress can be passed down through Mother to child. Anxiety and stress disorders can be hereditary. This leads to health… Read More »

Suicide, Prevention and CPTSD

Tonight’s *live discussion “Suicide,Prevention and CPTSD” is in honor of World Suicide Prevention Day and National Suicide Prevention Week. Please come join us and share what you know about “Suicide, Prevention and CPTSD” 🙂 Complex Trauma Survivors often have a hard time discussing topics surrounding healing, recovery or even siucide due to the abuse they… Read More »

After The Narcissistic Discard: No Contact!

In this video I explain the stages of grief that you will experience after the narcissistic discard or no contact with your narcissist. You may feel extreme stress, anxiety, grief, depression and CPTSD. Flash backs and nightmares will occur once you go no contact with your narcissist abuser. These feelings are totally normal once you… Read More »

Trauma Informed Care and CPTSD Survivors

Tonight’s *live discussion “Trauma Informed Care” was prompted by your voice messages, emails and comments/requests. Please come join us and share what you know about “Trauma-Informed Care” 🙂 Traumainformed practitioners and programs generally recognize the following: 1). The survivor’s need to be respected, informed, connected, and hopeful regarding their own recovery 2). The interrelation between… Read More »

Narcissistic Parents, Psychological Abuse and CPTSD

Tonight’s *live discussion “Narcissistic Parents, Psychological Abuse and CPTSD” for Complex Trauma Survivors was prompted by your voice messages, emails and comments/requests. Please come join us and share what you know about Narcissistic Parents, Psychological Abuse and CPTSD – this means you 🙂 Complex Trauma Survivors often have a hard time discussing these topics due… Read More »

How Buffy gave me the courage to reject “normal”

Well-meaning Christian friends convinced me that there was a “normal” way to be. Trying to be that person contributed to my complex post-traumatic stress disorder and almost killed me. An episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer showed me that “normal” is sometimes what’s making you sick. Source: Youtube

PTSD Tag

PTSD Tag 1. What is the cause of your PTSD? 2. When were you diagnosed? Are you in Treatment? 3. Who else knows about it? 4. What are your symptoms? 5. Hardest part of living with this disorder? 6. Coping skills that you have? 7. Misconceptions about PTSD? 8. What would you lie to say… Read More »

Unconditional Love As Our Birthright, and The Obvious Problem Facing All Children of Narcissists

Intentions and Love are Everything. You can mess up a lot as a parent and things will be okay, but if you become a parent for the wrong reasons and if you are incapable of putting someone else’s needs before your own, feeling empathy, or taking responsibility and are in other ways narcissistic you are… Read More »

How Sociopaths Manipulate Counselors and Being Re-traumatized by Therapists N.O.A.H. Video Podcast

There is far greater chance of getting re-traumatized in therapy than getting healing for your CPTSD due to narcissistic abuse because it is a specialty that few therapists know about or adequately understand. Therapists will get manipulated by the sociopath just as easily as anyone else. Only before they know how it works and the… Read More »