Tag Archives: CPTSD

Is complex PTSD curable? What are the most helpful healing tips?

This is a very in depth video about CPTSD and whether it is curable. This is based mostly on my own CPTSD recovery, as well as the recovery of many others who have healed with the help of specialist therapists. Through research I have found a lot of information about CPTSD, which although isn’t acknowledged… Read More »

What If My Borderline Ex Gets Better?

An often asked question I get. Focusing on this keeps you stuck in cognitive dissonance and pain and/or anger. Focus on yourself and your own healing and recovery. Radically accept what has happened and put and keep your focus on your journey forward. For Sessions Source: Youtube

Q&A Subscriber Feedback Part 2

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Trauma Anniversary

My experiences with trauma anniversaries; what they are and how I handle them. Videos mentioned in this video: PTSD storms: Flashbacks Paranoia vs Danger: Tribute to the Voices: Early recovery for CPTSD: The book title and author mentioned in video: The Body Keeps Score by Bessel Van der Kolk, MD Youtube Resources: Lisa A Romano:… Read More »

How long is the grieving process for or Narcissistic Abuse – Complex Trauma – C-PTSD

15 Oct Q&A Livestream on the topic of “Stages of Grief for Narcissistic Abuse – Complex Trauma – C-PTSD” This conversation we are having during this video may be especially helpful for those who were abused or neglected from the ages of 0-8 years of age by a narcissistic parent or caregiver. Psychological abuse, coercion,… Read More »

Frankie Goes To Atlantic Acting School

An Australian with Complex PTSD documents the move to New York for the full-time conservatory at Atlantic Acting School. Frankie was psychologically injured at her previous drama school in Sydney, which she does not name because of her play about the experience, Hypnagogism. Atlantic has somewhat of a reputation for being a safe haven for… Read More »

Part 1: Shrinking the Inner Critic – Pete Walker

Part 1: Shrinking the Inner Critic – Pete Walker Coming out of Childhood Trauma leaves us with an Inner Critic. The good news is we can work together to shrink the inner critic. Pete Walkers work is invaluable in helping us to identify the inner critic and where we need to focus. Please feel welcome… Read More »

How To Be The Narcissist’s Worst Nightmare – Number One Way

In what will be a series of videos, in this one I talk about the number one way that you can be the narcissist’s worst nightmare and how that can and will help you heal and not even be your focus. – Sessions to Help you in Narcissistic Abuse Recovery, CPTSD recovery. Source: Youtube