Tag Archives: c-ptsd

New Stuff at Crappy Childhood Fairy!

Be sure to check out the new Courses page here: https://courses.crappychildhoodfairy.com The Dysregulation Bootcamp Starts August 26! Add your name to this list and I’ll reach out as soon as registration opens: https://crappychildhoodfairy.lpages.co/dysregulation-bootcamp-interest Keep your eye on my website — it’ll be massively upgraded soon, with tons more tools, downloads and serves: https://crappychildhoodfairy.com Source: Youtube

The 3 Emotions That Drive Self-Defeating Behavior

In an excerpt from my upcoming online course “Healing Childhood PTSD,” I discuss the three strong, negative emotions, driven by Childhood PTSD, that lead to strong negative impulses and self-defeating behavior. The behaviors, in turn, can worsen the PTSD. You can access the full course here: https://crappychildhoodfairy.lpages.co/fairy-course-tf-from-youtube You can also register for my new course… Read More »

Upcoming Free Webinars: Learn the Daily Practice

Sorry, no webinars are scheduled at the moment, but you can learn my Daily Practice in this free online course: https://crappychildhoodfairy.lpages.co/daily-practice-course 25 years ago, my life changed dramatically because I learned techniques that help heal brain dysregulation from Childhood PTSD. Periodically I offer free webinars so I can show you how to try it too!… Read More »

Recovery Tools for Childhood Trauma PTSD. Healing Your Wounded Parts Within

When trauma happens to you as a child, a part of yourself gets what I call…STUCK IN TIME. That ’little girl part’ or ‘little boy part’ of yourself literally gets stuck in the emotions & perspective of that traumatic moment. Most often, you end up creating protective mechanisms that are very much needed to keep… Read More »

5 STEPS to Working Thru (C)PTSD Triggers: Step 5

#ptsd #cptsd #complexptsd #trauma #abuse #healing #selfhelp #therapy #selflove #anxiety #depression #panicattacks #phobias #mentalhealth #wellbeing #selfcare #emotionalabuse #childabuse #triggers #ptsdtriggers Welcome! This is the sixth video in my series on how to work through a PTSD trigger. Please watch the Introduction, Step 1, Step 2, Step 3, and Step 4 if you haven’t done so… Read More »

Take the Quiz: Has Childhood PTSD Affected Your ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS?

Early abuse, neglect and other traumas can create distinctive, negative patterns in adulthood, especially around dating and relationships. How were you affected? You can download the Quiz here: https://crappychildhoodfairy.lpages.co/romance-quiz/ You can take the full online course, “Dating and Relationships for People With Childhood PTSD” here: https://crappychildhoodfairy.lpages.co/dating-course-from-youtube You’ll find all my courses and downloads at https:/crappychildhoodfairy.com… Read More »

HOW I REACT TO MY DIAGNOSIS' (D.I.D. & C-PTSD)

An explanation of and my management/reactions to my mental health diagnosis’; Dissociative Identity Disorder and Complex-Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. SO FUN! Also a switch happens, if you notice. I did not explain because I do not know my parts personally yet. GOOD CONTENT LoL I do not own the rights to this music content or… Read More »

EMOTIONAL FLASHBACKS AND CPTSD

Most people are familiar with PTSD flashbacks — the kind we associate with combat veterans who are haunted by a war memory. With Chronic PTSD (CPTSD), we may have “emotional flashbacks” — mood states from childhood that are disconnected from present day events, though we don’t always know it. My new Dysregulation Bootcamp will be… Read More »

Unrelenting Resilience In Your Complex PTSD Recovery

Mark Smith is back from a video making break to discuss the highly encouraging topic of ‘Unrelenting Resilience In Your Complex PTSD Recovery’ • Have been waiting for inspiration • It is a marathon • A lifelong condition • You can and you will relapse • Don’t give up hope • Dancing in the rain… Read More »

Road To Resilience: How did we get here?

Let’s take a journey down the road of trauma-informed care together and look at how we have come to understand ACE’s (Adverse Childhood Experiences study) and the development of PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder). What is trauma and why is it important to our homes, schools, and community? Source: Youtube