Does unresolved trauma affect your relationship? Take the questionnaire below.

 

Do you or your spouse:

- express very low compassion and appreciation?

- jump to negative conclusions or make negative assumptions?

- become over jealous or over sensitive, more than what is usual?

- blame or subtly blame?

- have no integrity (one does something yet expects the other not to)?

- get defensive for no reason, give excuses instead of feelings?

- not want the other to reach out to people (subtle isolation or control)?

- try to get people to make the other spouse conform to their wishes (using family, friends etc)?

- get defensive or react negatively after hearing the spouse's negative emotions?  

 

Do you or your spouse:

- feel confused in the relationship? 

- engage in "mind reading"? 

- not feel good enough in the relationship?

- not understand each other/feel misunderstood?

- feel the need to be rescued from life's undertakings (unable to manage life situations)?

- feel unable to get through to the other spouse's feelings and who they really are?

- "walk on egg shells" or feel scared and nervous because things "snowball"?

Answering "yes" to any of these questions may mean the relationship is encountering unresolved trauma. It can affect a relationship slightly to severely.  

 

Encountering these destructive behaviors in a relationship can be silently harmful to emotional health and physical health so please reach out to us. We do not diagnose or treat any specific condition.  Our 5 step recovery & healing program is effective in helping people with CPTSD, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), Histrionic, Emotional Neglect from Childhood (ENC).  We also help individuals who are connected to people who are suffering with these conditions as well as Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD). 

Get help for yourself, so you can help your relationships.

© 2020 by Joshua Goldberg