Is PTSD preventing you from moving forward without fear?
This is for you if….
Cursed by the wicked witch of the west?
Your relationship went from a spellbinding fairy-tale to a horror nightmare. Somewhere along the road you’ve got to figure out how to break the spell.
There have been some seriously crazy moments along the way! And the scars are still there.
Something has changed and you can’t quite figure out why your old self seems so out of reach. Why each time you think you’re back on track something comes along and derails the whole thing.
Totally unconnected stuff triggers rage or panic or utter sadness. In some ways that’s actually to best bit. It’s far more real than the emptiness.
I get it.
And you’re not mad.
But there’s a chance that a crappy relationship has left you with cPTSD.
No it’s not just something soldiers get.
The key word here is trauma. And it’s not all in your head either.
Your body has a very specific way of preparing you for battle. Evolution has meant that you are one of the best humans ever to be on the planet at creating a stress response that will save your life. It’s the expert response that stopped your ancestors getting eaten by a lion or kept them sharp, alert and strong during battle.
The problem with this highly efficient survival system is it also triggers in times of stress. Our bodies are a bit rubbish at knowing the difference between an ex screaming and shouting in our faces and a lions roar before it eats us. So the body reacts the same.
Now if you’d spent the last 5, 7, 13 years being chased by a lion trying not to get eaten you would understandably be a bit knackered by now. And your body would probably be showing signs of wear and tear.
PTSD is the name for this type of prolonged stress response in the body. It means your body hasn’t been able to flip back into netflix and chill mode because it still thinks a lion is behind the telly.
So our re-write the script calls are designed to flip your body back into chill mode. Think of it as waking sleeping beauty if you will. Based on the extensive research into PTSD this technique lifts the spell. It’s giving your permission to switch off, and from there you can begin to operate in thriving mode rather than spending every day being chased by a lion.
Here’s what to do next;
“Before the treatment I felt angry and like I couldn’t move on. After one session I am able to talk about it without getting upset and genuinely feel calmer”
“Before the treatment I wasn’t sleeping and struggled to concentrate. Two weeks after the first session I feel so much calmer and even my friend commented on how much lighter I looked. My relationship with my son has improved as well as I am able to respond rather than react to him”