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Do You Have Childhood PTSD?

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Do You Have Childhood PTSD? Have you wondered whether bad things that happened to you in childhood are hurting your life today? I teach people how to recognize and heal the common symptoms that can develop as a result of abuse, neglect, and exposure to violence, addiction and poverty when you were still a child. I’ll show you practical stratgies to heal your brain, your health, your relationships, and your life, so you can become your ​real​ self and enjoy your life at last. Read more at:

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Who Is The Fairy, Really? My name is Anna Runkle. I’m not a doctor or therapist; I’m just someone who grew up with several alcoholics in the family and all the problems that tend to go with that — broken cars in the yard, welfare, emotional neglect, molest-y relatives, self-esteem problems, precocious sexuality, violence-prone Thanksgivings… the usual stuff. I was a resilient kid, but in my teens I started acting out and by the time I was 30, I had some real problems. I had friends but had a hard time connecting with people. I was stressed out all the time and had a lot of little health problems (and later some big health problems). I saw a therapist for depression and anxiety but I only got more depressed (and more angry). Relationships always turned dramatic, and tended to leave me emotionally devastated. I spent a lot of time either upset or on a kind of auto-pilot. I didn’t know then that what I had was Childhood PTSD. This is an informal term for Chronic PTSD or CPTSD, which is a little different than regular PTSD, or post traumatic stress disorder — you can learn more about definitions on my page “Do You Have Childhood PTSD?” My Childhood PTSD became obvious one day in 1994 when I was attacked on the street, and was knocked unconscious. My injuries healed but I could not focus my mind enough to read or use the phone for several months. I had panic attacks and depression, and began falling into an emotional abyss. In the nick of time, I was shown a particular daily practice of writing and meditating that immediately made me feel better. Over the last 25 years I’ve shown this technique to thousands of people, in person and online, who seemed to suffer similarly to me, though none of us had a name for it before.

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