Someone with COMPLEX Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (CPTSD) or Response (CPTSR) is someone who has pretty much “given up” their core identity, in lieu of serving others. This is NOT a natural state of being. This is a TRAINED state of being in which his or her ego-boundaries have been broken down or significantly cracked. … More 7 things spiritual teachers or friends should NEVER say to someone with CPTSR/ CPTSD or severe codependency
If you or someone you care about is living with narcissistic abuse, the very best thing you can do is educate yourself. This video is a response to a reader who wrote: I have been living with a narcissistic person for 53 years . . . I just want to know how to live with … More Living with narcissistic abuse – resources for healing – response to a reader
I highly recommend that if you choose to listen to this video, you create a space where you can truly be present. In your body. Not distracted. It’s not a light-listen. I attempted to condense very deep information while integrating some of my own story. You deserve to feel AMAZING. Your freedom. Your joy. Is … More Can co-dependency be cured? Here’s my experience of Richard Grannon’s stellar roadmap out of hell (CPTSD CPTSR).
This blog post continually receives a large number of views, so I felt compelled to add this update on Jan 18, 2020. I have been on a search for you to refer you to someone who can support you in healing CPTSR/ CPTSD – someone who knows their stuff, is friendly and professional, and is … More What is Complex PTSD? CPTSD definition (healing from emotional abuse or toxic shame) (reference for therapists, coaches and clients) (CPTS-R)