Shared Psychosis & Traumatic Bonding || Know the difference?

Shared Psychosis & Traumatic Bonding || Know the difference?

Shared Psychosis and Traumatic Bonding is a complex phenomenon. Shared psychosis (as it is formerly known as) is a delusional disorder in which a person may believe something that isn’t true — and begin to “infect” the people around them. Traumatic bonding includes a loss 

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ESCAPE TRAUMATIC BONDING || Detoxing Tips You Need To Know || LIVE CHAT & VIDEO

ESCAPE TRAUMATIC BONDING || Detoxing Tips You Need To Know || LIVE CHAT & VIDEO

Traumatic bonding is a complicated topic because there are similar words that may describe you as well such as “shared psychosis” (or induced psychosis), codependency, and dependent personality disorder. Traumatic bonding has a specific set of challenges that separates it from other terms and often 

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TRAUMATIC BONDING In Your Family

TRAUMATIC BONDING In Your Family

Traumatic Bonding is a complicated topic. Traumatic bonding is a painful experience of emotional extortion, abuse, and psychological injury. Experiencing the feeling of being trapped in a relationship with someone — especially a parent or family member — can cause you psychological and physical distress. 

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PTSD || “DID THEY CAUSE MY DEPRESSION?”

PTSD || “DID THEY CAUSE MY DEPRESSION?”

PTSD and Depression. Do you feel you suffer from both PTSD and depression? If so, can you see your family as triggering both of these conditions? FAMILY can be very difficult to understand at times. It can be very difficult to identify unhealthy behaviors and 

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