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What is EMDR for CPTSD?

April 2, 2020

I found this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NuxMmSYea5U, first of all, and EMDR may or may not work for CPTSD since it could make it worse. I’m trying to keep a lid on my CTPSD because I guess that Lamictal helps me not cry. CPTSD has a lot to do with stress, emotion, being depressed, and trying to protect you. Trauma makes you edgy since you are forcing yourself to stay calm. So how does EMDR work? EMDR may be able to help some people process their trauma issues.

It is something I feel I need to be able to function better, but with what money? I can treat myself using Youtube videos. Anyway though, these are challenging and traumatic times on a grand scale, as there are cases of coronavirus on every content, except Antarctica. And wow, I’m just living in interesting times, and feeling stressed. EMDR, as I understand it, involves moving your index finger and your thumb to touch each other, while in my limited understanding of what EMDR actually is, I ear you wave this thumb/index finger movement in a figure 8 or infinity sign.

EMDR Is useful for those of us with CPTSD. I learned it at one Pantheacon workshop, and I used it then. It is making a figure 8 in front of your eyes. The EMDR factor is that EMDR helps release mental stress and bad feelings in your mind and body. It is important to remember that feelings are important. EMDR is easy to do to yourself, given the controversial nature of Pantheacon’s EMDR teacher/therapist I wish I could afford, when this blog makes $100,000 a month.

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