Tag Archives: dating

Q&A Narcissist Abuse & C-PTSD Part 3

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Friendships, confidence, jealousy, dating, casual sex, pickup artists

My name is Xanthe Wyse & I have been vlogging about my perspectives as someone with bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This video is closely related to recent videos. More about friendships, dating, jealousy, casual sex. Also mention of some ideologies I consider to be toxic including pickup-artist ‘culture’. I found casual sex… Read More »

The EMPTINESS You Feel in Lockdown Is Trying to TELL YOU Something

I received several letters this week (the fifth week of lockdown) about the ache of emptiness that’s getting hard to escape. Is real love even possible for people with CPTSD? Here’s my answer. I offer several online courses — here are the most popular: “Healing Childhood PTSD” (best place to start): http://bit.ly/39NxUBo “Dating and Relationships… Read More »

Dating Abuse/Violence in Teenagers

February is National Teen Dating Abuse/Violence Awareness month. Dating abuse is a controlling behaviour in which the girl/boyfriend uses to gain control over his/her partner. Teen dating violence (TDV) affects millions of teenagers globally and is a type of intimate partner violence that can happen in person and/or electronically e.g. sexting, posting sexual pictures without… Read More »

How to date when you have trauma and CPTSD

When you have trauma or CPTSD the best thing that you can do is be single. It gives you time to reflect and figure out who you want to be. it’s easy to get caught up in the dating game and many of us don’t realize that before we can be a good partner to… Read More »

You Might Be With A Narcissistic Abuser. Find Out The Signs! From An Ex Jehovah's Witness Part 1

In the Jehovah’s Witness Religion we have an epidemic of abusive husbands and leaders within the religion. Also just in the world in general many people find themselves dating an abusive manipulative controlling person. I talk about some of the signs or red flags that will help you determine if you may be getting involved… Read More »

Most MGTOW Men Suffer PTSD From Dating/Marriage

In today’s episode we discuss how a large majority of Men Who Go Their Own Way due so because of horrific traumatic events in their earlier life from past dating or marriage experiences. Most of us have Post Traumatic Stress from our past marriages with Cluster B exes and unless we address these issues they… Read More »

CPTSD: How to Stay Regulated in a Relationship

An excerpt from my course “Dating and Relationships for People with Childhood PTSD.” You can register here: https://crappychildhoodfairy.lpages.co/dating-course-tf-from-youtube Wondering if Childhood PTSD has affected your romantic relationships? Take the quiz: https://crappychildhoodfairy.lpages.co/romance-quiz Check out all my courses at https://crappychildhoodfairy.com Source: Youtube

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 »

CPTSD and CLINGING: Try Letting Things COME TO YOU

Childhood PTSD has often left us unconsciously anxious, and one sign is that we tend to grasp at things we do want, and cling despite the fact that these people, situations or places make us unhappy. In this video I talk about testing reality by letting go and allowing things to come to you. You… Read More »

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 »


In day three of May Dayz (our five day live streaming event on the Debsterism Channel), we discuss the trauma of childhood abuse and it’s impact on the minds and hearts of adult women. During this interview, we’ll delve into family dynamics that protect perpetrators, mental health concerns, mixed feelings that the child may have… Read More »