Tag Archives: c-ptsd

Ask the Fairy: New Call-In Format For You to Get Answers on Childhood PTSD

Do you wish you had a few minutes with me to ask questions, get help with challenges, or get some common sense advice on navigating life with Childhood PTSD? Now you can get free coaching on a my call-in format show, “Ask the Fairy.” We’ll talk about things like brain/emotional dysregulation and re-regulation, relationships, family… Read More »

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I have been struggling with mental health issues for the past 20 years. On this channel I want to help erase some of the stigma around Men’s Mental Health. I also want this channel to be a safe place for me to post progress about my recovery and the challenges I face daily. I have… Read More »

Learning that I had C-PTSD | blame vs. responsibility

I’ve mentioned PTSD in every video I’ve put out; now, I explain the difference between PTSD and C-PTSD and how I learned that I had it. I also discuss the cultural negativity around blame and the impact it has on trauma survivors. I see blame as an intellectual reasoning of objective truth in rooting out cause… Read More »

What Gave Me C-PTSD?

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Healing Childhood PTSD: Here's What People Are Saying About My Online Course

The warm feedback I’ve received from hundreds of course participants has made these last ten months the most rewarding in my career. “Healing Childhood PTSD” contains lessons I’ve been teaching people informally for more 20 years. I knew the techniques work, but my challenge was – how to share it with the world? It took… Read More »

Has CPTSD Made You TOO Good at Fitting Yourself to Crap?

One of the harmful effects of growing up with abuse and neglect, is that we get ALL too good at fitting ourselves to unacceptable people and situations. Long after normal people would have left the scene, our minds tell us it’s our fault, it’s a unique situation, we should stay and make it work. In… Read More »

Learn and Try My "Daily Practice" to Help Heal CPTSD & Childhood PTSD

Hi friends! I’ve scheduled FIVE free Zoom webinars in the next four weeks, open to you and others interested in learning and trying my “Daily Practice.” Get more info and register here: https://crappychildhoodfairy.lpages.co/upcoming-webinars-may-2019 These are the techniques I’ve used for more than 25 years to re-regulate my brain and emotions, supporting the healing of Childhood… Read More »

Differences of PTSD and Complex PTSD

Complex post-traumatic stress disorder is a psychological disorder that can develop in ….. It has been suggested that treatment for C-PTSD should differ from treatment for PTSD by focusing on problems that cause more functional impairment Source: Youtube

CPTSD, PTSD, Childhood PTSD and ACEs: What's the Difference?

Official diagnosis with Complex PTSD is a “hypothetical and experimental diagnosis” that for now, is lumped in with standard PTSD. But what’s the difference? And (as many of you have asked) why do I keep referring to the effects of abuse and neglect in childhood as “Childhood PTSD?” Is that real? In this video I… Read More »

Neil Westin (Phoenix) – Episode 1 – C-PTSD – Spondylolisthesis – Chronic Insomnia

Episode 1 is introduction – Episodes to document my history and struggles with Pain, Permanent Back Problem , Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder , Sleep Apnea, Chronic Insomnia and the dibilitating effec5ts those combined have on “Having a Life” My preferred name is “Phoenix” Source: Youtube

Resolving Complex PTSD and the Process of Dissocation

Post-Trauma Stresses are a set of reactive patterns due to feeling overwhelmed, out of control and helpless. It’s these reactions or coping patterns that help you survive, but they also perpetuate your post-trauma symptoms. If you keep in fight, flight, freeze or pleasing mode long after the original trauma(s) happened, this begins to define your… Read More »