Complex PTSD and Fawning



Pete Walker talks, in his book, “Complex PTSD: From Surviving to Thriving,” about discovering your “trauma subtype.” The “fawn type,” as he describes it, is a person who learned to please others and work to stay in their good favor in order to feel safe. Often the children of narcissistic parents, people who’ve learned to fawn are often hypervigilant to others and have trouble voicing their own needs.

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