DESTRUCTIVE PEOPLE: Does CPTSD Make It Hard for You to Spot Them?

Detecting who is safe and supportive — and who is NOT — is a level of discernment that can be damaged by past abuse, neglect and trauma. In this video I talk about common challenges spotting people who are unhealthy for us. And I talk about the two emotional reactions that must be healed in order to develop the clarity to see who is bad for us, and the courage to walk away.

You can learn more in my online course “Healing Childhood PTSD”:

If you’ve found yourself with destructive people in romantic relationships, check out my online course “Dating and Relationships for People with Childhood PTSD”:

If you’re not sure if you have Childhood PTSD, take my Quiz:

If you’d like to try the techniques I’ve used to recover from brain dysregulation and other symptoms of Childhood PTSD, they are available free, here:

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