Tag Archives: Child Neglect

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

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… Read More »

PTSD: Why Does It Suddenly Seem Like EVERYONE Has It?

PTSD, Complex PTSD, Childhood PTSD — why does it seem like SO many people have it these days? Are people actually experiencing more trauma in this generation, or is something else going on? In this video I give you ten guesses why so many people feel they have it, and how our culture can change… Read More »

Childhood PTSD and BLAME: How Much is Too Much?

When we grew up with childhood trauma, we’re sometimes justified in blaming others for struggles we have today. There’s no way to avoid placing blame on parents and others who abused and neglected us. But blame taken too far can poison the healing process and leave us disempowered and unclear how to move forward. Healing… Read More »

Narcissistic Parenting, Emotional Incest, and Complex-PTSD #SurvivorStories

#SurvivorStories Narcissistic Parents Want You to Remain Their Psychological Slaves. A very subtle way to create damage in children is to turn the chosen scapegoat child into a parent. This process is called parentification, not to be confused with parenting. In parentification the parent gives up what they are supposed to do as a parent… Read More »