Tag Archives: post-traumatic stress

Establishing Healthy Boundaries, Emotional Completion, Diagnosing Addictions and Removing Lifestyle Stressors

Socio-emotional Needs In addition to the basic human needs for air, light, water, food, sleep, strength and mobility, we also have social and emotional needs. As social animals, we have a need for social acceptance and we like to relate, … Continue reading

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The parent/child Trust Bridge and Trauma/Abuse

Defenceless child It is quite paradoxical that the child is usually more eager to explore new things than the adult, as the child is much more vulnerable. The child is physically small and not very strong, yet seems unfazed by … Continue reading

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The Need for Preditability & the Need for Exploration

Part II: Carefree Child ‚ÄúThere are vaults in your nervous system, where you store whatever pain, stress and bad memories you have. You have to dive back into that trauma, go back and do the same tricks that hurt you, … Continue reading

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