Description of Crappy Childhood Fairy – Dating and Relationships for People with Childhood PTSD
The course is appropriate for women and men of any age who seek a healthy, committed relationship. The examples in the course mostly reflect Anna’s experience as a married straight woman, but as with all the information she teaches, you are encouraged to apply the lessons to your own situation as you see fit!
Dating & Relationships for People With Childhood PTSD
- Take the course that’s all about learning successful strategies for dating and relationships, just for people who experienced abuse and neglect in childhood.
- Learn the basics about Childhood PTSD, ACEs, and the brain dysregulation that can impact emotions, perceptions, and your chances of finding love.
- Clarify what you really want in life and in a relationship, and the characteristics of your ideal partner.
- Identify self-defeating behaviors that have hurt your relationships (and choice of partners) in the past.
- Clear away obstacles to healthy relationships, including habits, attitudes, and existing relationships that hold you back.
- Revolutionize your dating strategy with Anna’s “Structured Dating” program, which helps you get to know potential mates before forging an emotional bond: No more rushing in, or forging bonds with the wrong people.
Who Belongs In This Course?
- Did you grow up with abuse, neglect, or exposure to parental violence, addiction or alcoholism?
- Do you have a history of attraction to unavailable or inappropriate people?
- Do you get triggered by intimacy, and worry old behaviors will sabotage good relationships?
- Are you TOO good at fitting yourself to unacceptable people and situations?
- Do you find it difficult to identfiy how you may be repeating negative patterns?
- Do you stay in unhealthy relationships even when you know you should leave?
- Do you long for a committed relatonship or marriage that’s free of drama and full of love and security?
About Anna Runkle
Anna Runkle is a coach and writer who recovered from her own Childhood PTSD and teachers others to heal the brain dysregulation that so often flows from early trauma and change self-defeating behaviors common to people with Childhood PTSD.
For anyone who’s listened to the Season 2 monologue Ameé did, you would have heard Ameé share a particular moment in her life experiences that stood out and had lifelong consequences because as it would be determined 40 years later in therapy, the experience and the lack of caregiving following became a post-traumatic stress disorder for Ameé.
In fact, many adults have had traumatic and adverse experiences growing up that have gone unrecognized for decades that have created long-term problems for them such as emotional dysregulation, problems with focus that may have been misdiagnosed as ADD or ADHD, as well as anxiety and depression.
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