No Sticks or Stones No Broken Bones: Healing cPTSD when the trauma wasn’t physical; It was naCCT: Non-physically-assaultive, attachment-based Chronic Covert Trauma

No Sticks or Stones No Broken Bones: Healing cPTSD when the trauma wasn’t physical; It was naCCT: Non-physically-assaultive, attachment-based Chronic Covert Trauma

“It wasn’t that bad. I wasn’t hit or incested.” Are you a forgotten trauma survivor? Could hidden wounds from early naCCT be causing problems today? Even if your parents meant well? Even if you were also physically abused?
Here are down-to-earth naCCT survivor stories you can relate to; strategies for identifying, handling, and de-activating subtle People-Triggers and hard-to-recognize naCCT flashbacks; practical guidance and non-pathologizing support grounded in neurobiological trauma research; and a toolkit of empowering information, actionable exercises, checklists, and self-talk scripts.
With no tangible trauma to point to, confusion is normal for adults who’ve been wounded by early naCCT; many even deny they’ve been traumatized.

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