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The evolutionary biology, neuroscience, and dissociative theory behind C-PTSD... plus experiential snark. Childhood abuse and neglect are societally-secret life cripplers. Getting a grip on your survival defenses and inflammatory body stand in the way of "actually" living. But you can do it with the right information, mindset, and fellow Fuckers' support. You aren’t doomed, damaged, or broken. You aren't alone. But you might be a Traumatized Motherfxcker. Join the community at www.t-mfrs.com ...
 
Out of My Mind in Costa Rica or OOMMCR for short is an effort to help those who suffer from PTSD and C-PTSD and support the people who love them. OOMMCR is a personal journal of my Hero's Journey mixed with clinical insights and stories of my trials and tribulations as a human being who was raised in an incest family. I'm a retired clinical social worker from California I hope this podcast will persuade you or someone you love to take positive steps towards healing the devastating wounds tha ...
 
Transforming Trauma is a podcast about individuals and communities thriving after Complex Trauma. In a modern world beset by trauma and a legacy of suffering, conflict and disconnection, healing trauma can serve as a vehicle for personal and social transformation. Listeners will be introduced to the NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM), a revolutionary approach for healing Complex Trauma (C-PTSD) and restoring connection to self and others. Interviews with NARM Therapists, and other promin ...
 
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Episode 26 C-PTSD and COVID-19 I’m Fully Vaccinated-Now What? May 13, 2021 In this week’s episode I talk about how the pandemic has impacted me and what role did Complex-Post Traumatic Stress play in how I am managing my experience with COVID-19. For me, I take it one day at a time and on occasion, I take it one hour at a time or one minute at a ti…
 
Time for our big talk. After a year of effort... it's time to end of this open-door trauma rehab house. We need to have a hard conversation about the final days of TMFRs as you know it. But, if you want, we can still be Fucked up Friends.www.patreon.com/traumatizedmotherfuckers --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/complextrauma/messageSup…
 
Why do so many of our parents have the same unfortunate covert abuse tactics in their front pocket? Why did we grow up with an unhealthy narrative about self-worth and self-accountability? Where did all this narcissistic energy come from, originally? Well, I was going to do a deep dive into the Silent and Boomer generations to let you know, but aft…
 
“...think about what it means to be human, and what kind of a human you really want to be.” -- Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett Our host, Sarah, is joined by neuroscientist Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett. Initially working as a clinical psychologist, Lisa went on to study emotions and how our brains work, asking questions about the neuro-biological basis for men…
 
Episode 25 C-PTSD and Baby Steps Am I Feeling Better or Is It Prozac? April 29, 2021 In this episode, I am talking about feeling better on a more consistent way. This enhancement in my mood also corresponds to the window of effectiveness for Fluoxetine which is better known as Prozac. It doesn’t matter to me because the experience of feeling better…
 
Last time we learned about a new type of Narc; the "Covert" variety... who sound an awful lot like our mothers, collectively. So what happens if you WERE raised by a Narcissist mom, in particular? What are the common characteristics of the relationship? What are the common childhood templates under Narcissistic Abuse? What happens to kids - specifi…
 
Last time we learned about a new type of Narc; the "Covert" variety... who sound an awful lot like our mothers, collectively. So what happens if you WERE raised by a Narcissist mom, in particular? What are the common characteristics of the relationship? What are the common childhood templates under Narcissistic Abuse? What happens to kids - specifi…
 
Quick takes from the full episode, ready to consume in one sitting. Have you been convinced that everything about you was "wrong?" Does someone in your life make you feel... "off," in a way that's anxious, fearful, defeated, and self-doubting? Ever see that the person "helping" actually seemed to make the situation a lot worse? And then... do they …
 
Have you been convinced that everything about you was "wrong?" Does someone in your life make you feel "off," in a way that's anxious, fearful, defeated, and self-doubting? Ever see that the person "helping" actually seemed to make the situation a lot worse? And then... do they bring it up for the next 20 years or so as proof of their merit? Ah, ye…
 
Episode 24 C-PTSD and Anger The Ugly Underbelly of Complex PTSD April 22, 2021 Today I am talking about anger and if you have C-PTSD, then you know anger. It’s not that you feel angry, but more that you look beneath your anger to the vulnerable parts of yourself. Today I try to give you an idea of the roots of my anger and the impact of growing up …
 
“Once we understand [how adverse childhood experiences impact our development]… it removes blame and shame and judgment because it’s not something we’ve actually done.” - Veronique Mead Our host Sarah Buino is joined by somatic therapist Veronique Mead, a former practicing physician and assistant professor of family medicine. For 20 years Veronique…
 
Back with a quick, consumable rundown of the full episode on Abuse Stigma. For the complete recording... uh... click again. You've probably realized, abuse is a dirty topic not to happily discussed in the public sphere. Victims are blamed. Cases are dismissed. And perpetrators are enabled. But what's the point of our ignorance towards domestic abus…
 
You've probably realized, abuse is a dirty topic not to happily discussed in the public sphere. Victims are blamed. Cases are dismissed. And perpetrators are enabled. But what's the point of our ignorance towards domestic abuse? Is there a reason why we tend to limit the scope of "abuse," blame-shift, and willfully forget? And how does abuser stigm…
 
Episode 23 C-PTSD and Perseverance Keep on Truckin’ April 15, 2021 Today’s focus is perseverance, something I believe many of you will relate to. I bring this up this week because the road has been a bit difficult to traverse over the past few weeks. I believe I am coming out the other side of darkness, thanks to my persistent perseverance. I am su…
 
Taking advantage of an amazing MF who shared her story with me last week. Today, Monica proves her Motherfuckerdom by sharing her tales of growing up with two unhealthy parents, what she's learned since separating herself, and moving forward in her (is this called "happy?") life. Thank you Monica for being so ballsy and putting yourself out there. …
 
So that last episode was an unexpected doozy, huh? (Still mortified.) Well, I'm back in Illinois and ready to clear the air with some actual LESSONS from this mess. In the past two weeks, here's where I've been, what I've realized, and what my therapist (and a helpful listener) has recommended for continuing to live under the same roof as an emotio…
 
Episode 22 What’s Going On? Emotional Overwhelm April 8, 2021 Today’s episode is no more than a brief explanation about why I have been MIA the past couple of weeks. I know there may be a few of you who may be concerned, and I want to set you mind at ease. Unfortunately, I don’t have the energy to give you any resource links this week, but if my pl…
 
TRIGGER WARNING: emotional abuse, suicidal ideation, and self-harm. Childhood abuse can come with a lot of overt violence and aggression... or it might be more subtle than that. Years after tackling the obvious trauma, it might be a bit crisis inducing to realize your "safe" parent was the one who affected you the most, all along. Plus, seeing the …
 
“If we want to be able to change the world, it comes down to humans changing themselves.” - Adar Weinreb Host Sarah Buino interviews Adar Weinreb, a social activist in Israel who runs a grassroots project called Sulha, which comes from the Arabic word for “reconciliation” and “to make peace”. Their goal is to create an inclusive community of people…
 
It's the Ask Me Anything results from March - talking about the specifics of changing your trauma-born core beliefs and behaviors with a neuroscience background approach. Understand what you're trying to accomplish, reach your goal more efficiently. Here's how our neural networks are causing so many problems and how to use our trauma physiology (ri…
 
Episode 22 C-PTSD and More Grief And the Grief Goes On March 25, 2021 Yeah, the grief continued all through this week. Remember last week when I talked about grief has no time restrictions? Well, last week really proved this to be true. Last week’s episode I focused on the 5 Stages of Grief and how you too will go through these stages, even if it i…
 
My episodes are prolific and many of us have trauma-born ADHD. So... what if there was a convenient "wrap up" to get the MF point already? Here it is. Need more help absorbing information? Check the YouTube channel for the video version AND get ready for the animated short, coming at you soon. Why not take this to level 11. Cheers, Fuckers. - Jess …
 
“To help people come back to their natural self; which means to be calm, to be connected to the heart, [and to have] good health.” - Adam Tanous Brad Kammer, NARM Training Director, welcomes Adam Tanous, a therapist and facilitator who lives in Haifa, Israel. Adam works with clients in Arabic, Hebrew and English, and has a unique perspective as a t…
 
Expanding on fragmented personality via lessons from Janina Fisher and John Welwood (TMFR recommended authors). One of the ways we make sense of early trauma is black and white, "good or bad," thinking. Our abusers are good OR bad, but nothing in between. Unfortunately, we have the same corresponding judgements of ourselves in that moment..... and,…
 
Episode 20 C-PTSD and Grief Grief-The Unrelenting Shadow of Complex Trauma March 18, 2021 Elisabeth Kübler-Ross brought clarity to the grief process when she identified the 5-Stages of Grief. Regardless of the culture, all grieving people experience these 5 stages. Grief applies not only to human losses, but inanimate objects as well. Let me illust…
 
"Who am I and why am I like this?" Dipping a toe into dissociative personalities. What are the proposed mechanisms that lead to a "fragmented self?" Talking about losing ourselves to our trauma adaptations, survival systems, negative detail-obsession and obligations, on repeat. The fracture that takes place when your inherent personality has to be …
 
Episode 19 C-PTSD and Communication Good Communication Communicates March 11, 2021 Would you like to improve your communication? Here are Four simple steps that will make an immediate impact. Implement these strategies into your repertoire and life will get better. Stay in your own lane. You can’t speak for the other person. You can only speak to y…
 
Last time, Cassie relayed her early experience with childhood sexual abuse and shame. Today, she's back! Talking about quiet defiance leveraged against religious and sexual trauma through educational and professional achievement, refusing to bend to social or gender norms, and doing everything her damn self. One courageous Motherfuckers shares more…
 
“Cultural traditions are on the forefront of wellness, for Native people — and for all people.” - Trilby Kerrigan Trilby Kerrigan, a NARM-trained Behavioral Health Therapist at a Tribal health clinic in Northern California, is a member of the Karuk Tribe of California and is deeply committed to supporting community reconnection through education an…
 
Episode 18 C-PTSD and Cannabis Don’t Bogart that Joint My Friend March 4, 2021 Today I am going to share with you my 50+ year love affair with cannabis. I first began smoking cannabis in January 1970 and I never looked back. Beginning as freshman at Western Michigan and continuing through today. I have never tired of the experience of being under i…
 
It's the February Ask Me Anything! How do you spot core beliefs, how do you change them, and how do you know when you've cleared the cache? Time to talk about Fucked Up Core Beliefs and all the ways they shape our lives without our permission. To submit your own AMA and potentially get a custom episode catered to your question, check patreon.com/tr…
 
Episode 17 C-PTSD and Co-Dependency Boundaries and Limits, Limits and Boundaries February 25, 2021 Today I do my best to stay focused on my life as a Super Co-Dependent. I was born into co-dependency and literally had no choice but to become incredibly good at being co-dependent. Everybody’s needs were more important than mine. I was fluent in phra…
 
Ever lose, you know, your best friends in a time of trauma responsiveness and spend years ruminating about it? Yeah, well here's what I can say about my recent return to the skwad. Reflecting on trauma-reactions without reason, how my emotional brain got things twisted, and why I'm reluctant to give up this lone wolf lifestyle, even if friends migh…
 
In this episode of Transforming Trauma, our host Sarah Buino interviews Mark Olson, Ph.D., the owner and director of the Pacific Center for Awareness and Bodywork (PCAB), a massage therapy school located in Kauai that integrates bodywork with somatic psychology, contemplative practice, and affective neuroscience with a trauma-informed framework. Ma…
 
Living with a semblance of personal understanding, continues! We've reached the final part of this Applied Behavior Analysis and trauma recovery crossover. You know the concepts, you know how to gather data... now it's time to run your self-experiments and see how your mental health is affected. We're talking about changing you behaviors, slowing y…
 
Episode 16 C-PTSD and Solitude The Therapeutic Use of Solitude for Survivors of Complex Trauma February 20, 2021 I know, I’m late. I missed my self-imposed deadline, but this week has been quite the week and I tell you all about it this week’s episode. I have been craving solitude for a long time which meant, in my case, I needed to be on my own, c…
 
Ready to stop calling yourself "crazy?" In Part I we learned a bit about Applied Behavior Analysis and the application to Trauma recovery. Today, we're using that information to collect data about ourselves, and beginning to form hypotheses about our old trauma brained tricks using Antecedents, Behaviors, and Consequences. It's the "Gathering Backg…
 
It's time. Time to talk about Applied Behavior Analysis and trauma management. Because if you don't know why your body and brain respond to unknown stimuli in your inner and outer environments, it's pretty difficult to make a life you feel good about living. And we are master dissociators with trauma-brained programming that we've never been calm e…
 
News: when it comes to relationships, I'm dumb! Or, still trying to fill the void left by my early experiences - one or the other. Here's a look at SOME of the ways I've made massive relationship mistakes in my past - from getting drunk on connection to rolling my emotional world into codependency to learned helplessness. Plus, so many musicians. E…
 
Episode 15 C-PTSD and Depression Don't Fight It. Embrace It! February 11, 2021 Today’s episode is about depression, Major Depression to be exact and the role it has played in my life and how it is entwined deeply into the fabric of C-PTSD and PTSD. You can’t have these conditions and not be depressed. I hope today’s podcast helps some of you to eas…
 
“You don’t have to build up the muscle of compassion, because if you just get the constraints to your natural compassion to relax, then you have plenty of compassion.” - Dr. Dick Schwartz We have another opportunity to listen to a conversation between authors and therapeutic pioneers Drs. Dick Schwartz, founder of Internal Family Systems (IFS), and…
 
Episode 14 C-PTSD and Self-Love The Care and Feeding of Your Soul Today’s episode is about surviving the storm and building a safe harbor for yourself. I provide an update from last week’s episode where I read a heartfelt letter I planned to send to my wife. I also talk about realizing that the problems go much deeper than I anticipated. In additio…
 
Exhaustion, unexplained pain, weakness, digestive failures, tension migraines, temperature sensitivity, insomnia, insulin resistance, nausea, cold and flu symptoms... Fibromyalgia. Have you ever looked into all the stress-based ailments that Fibro (FM) encompasses? Yeah, I hadn't either. Today, we're talking about Fibromyalgia and all the ways that…
 
C-PTSD and Patience Staying Grounded, Positive and Hopeful This week has been a bit up and down, with a lot more down than up. This gives me an opportunity to talk with you about these mood swings and what works for me. In addition to that, I talk about my wife’s response to the letter I wrote last week. You know, the one I read to you. Much of tod…
 
"This is what makes NARM different...than any other modality I've encountered, is that we're exploring or inquiring not to get anywhere, just for curiosity sake. And...that's one of the missing ingredients of healthy attachment.” ~Deirdre Stewart Our host Sarah Buino interviews Deirdre Stewart, the Vice President of Trauma Resolution Services for M…
 
TW: Sexual abuse, incest, and substance abuse. I've always invited TMFRs to radio in with their own accounts of living this trauma life... but faith in ourselves and our voices is lacking. Today, one MF finally steps up to the plate. Meet Cassie, a brilliant and ambitious PhD student who's ready to share her complex trauma experience in her own voi…
 
Season 1, Episode 12 C-PTSD and Moving On – Be Here. Be Now. One Day at a Time January 21, 2021 It is looking more and more like I will be on my own for quite a while. This week I continue to process what is going on in my life. I share my final email to my wife in hopes she will be able to read it with an open heart and mind. We have our 3rd and h…
 
The past 3 years of life have been determined by applying behavior analysis to my traumatized life and making big, frightening moves. Annnd it's time for another one - moving out of Atlanta and into my (gulp) midwestern mom's house. Talking about scarcity trauma, PTSD-based cohabitating challenges, and the ways my shitty past skews appraisal of the…
 
"It's not helping as much as it's hurting. So... do I really need to do this?" Talking about the ways therapy helps and harms, plus, why it's so goddamn hard to find a trauma-informed mental health professional. Looking for more support resources? Check out t-mfrs.com or traumatizedmotherfuckers.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/c…
 
C-PTSD and Relationships Triggers, Attachment Styles and Deep Dives Season 1, Episode 11 January 14, 2021 There has been a lot of C-PTSD anxiety in me this week and as usual I am here to tell you all about it. There is a lot going on in today’s episode, from triggers, more stuff about attachment styles and what I call deep dives. I bring up the ide…
 
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