Nearly all of us suffer from a form of unrecognized PTSD -
called Post-Childhood Stress Disorder (PCSD). The common events of childhood can become a very real kind of trauma that profoundly distorts the way children see themselves in the world—both in childhood and later as adults. If you’re like 98% of us, your answer to two or more of the following questions is YES, and it’s likely that you have PCSD.
- Do you have difficulty maintain close, intimate, fulfilling relationships?
- Do you easily get angry at other people and blame them for how you feel?
- Do you often feel alone?
- Do you have a strong need to be “right” and win arguments or discussions?
- Do you often have difficulty understanding why you feel as you do?
- Do your reactions to some situations—fear, pain, anger, withdrawal—sometimes seem out of proportion to the event itself?
- Do you often feel hurt by what other people do to you? Or by what they fail to do for you?
Finally, in Real Love and PCSD, you can learn about the real causes of personal pain and confusion, along with the real reasons you have relationship problems. Most important, you can learn to actually eliminate these conditions.