Parenting with PTSD

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  1. Alexis Rose January 23, 2018 / 2:45 am

    Thanks for your feedback Nicole. 😊 You take good care too.

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  2. Nicole January 23, 2018 / 1:43 am

    Thank-you for sharing your journey. I haven’t been diagnosed with PTSD but it has been suggested as a possible root cause of my anxiety. But as a parent it’s always a challenge. I like your son’s view of the changing “normal.” Take care.

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  3. ljourneyl@yahoo.com.sg January 15, 2018 / 4:04 pm

    Thanks for sharing. ((=

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  4. Ellen Vandever January 10, 2018 / 2:19 am

    Thank you thank you thank you!!! I really needed to read this. I hope you’ll check out my blog: millennialmamabird.com 🙂

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  5. realparenting4realpeople December 15, 2017 / 1:53 pm

    Thanks for sharing. It is such a courageous act, especially with trauma where we have been taught not to share.

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  6. georgehuston December 14, 2017 / 8:59 am

    Great post here! Thanks for sharing:) Feel free to check my page out as well would love some feedback as a new blogger:)

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  7. Perky Mama December 6, 2017 / 11:07 pm

    Yes please.. Thank you..

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  8. Alexis Rose December 6, 2017 / 4:51 am

    Welcome to blogging. Thanks for contacting me. I’ll head over to your blog now.

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  9. Perky Mama December 6, 2017 / 1:37 am

    Hi! I am just new in blogging. I was inspired by your writing. I have 2 kids and I hope to learn a lot from you. Please check out my blogs as well, would appreciate some feedback. Thank you.

    https://perkymama13.wordpress.com/

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  10. Alexis Rose November 27, 2017 / 8:06 pm

    Im glad you wrote the book. I read the description on Amazon. I like to support other survivors who write and I connect with here, so I will make sure I get it purchased and read soon!!

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  11. agoodlittlegirl November 27, 2017 / 7:08 pm

    At first I wasn’t going to change names and locations, but my publisher pointed out that I could be sued. That got me thinking, and then I thought, not only that, but the abuser might decided to start stalking me again. So, pen name it is.

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  12. Alexis Rose November 27, 2017 / 2:50 pm

    Thats great. I’ll check it out.
    I use a pen name too. In my book (on the publishing page) I say I changed all the names and locations to protect the innocent and not so innocent.

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  13. agoodlittlegirl November 27, 2017 / 2:29 pm

    Thanks for asking. My book, A Good Little Girl by Kenzie O’Hara (had to use a pen name for protection), is available on Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com, iUniverse.com I can only hope my journey helps other avoid similar situations.

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  14. agoodlittlegirl November 19, 2017 / 2:40 pm

    In my book, I also talk about the village raising a child. Unfortunately, no one gathered around this little girl, and due to the neglect, I then made disastrous life-changing decisions that not only affected me, but my children.
    People need people.

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  15. Alexis Rose November 15, 2017 / 8:42 pm

    I worry about that too. But my kids are well-adjusted and thriving young adults now. I think as long as there is that unconditional love and acceptance that goes a long way. But, still, I worry too.
    5 kids is awesome. Thats a busy household!

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  16. crazywriterof6 November 15, 2017 / 8:34 pm

    I have five children. I’ve always believed that I will be a successful parent if my children don’t have to go through as much therapy as I do. 😉 Of course, I avoid therapy. Trying to find a doctor who doesn’t have his hand on the doorknob the whole time is difficult. In both mental and physical health. I love my kids so much. I always fear I have scarred them in some way.

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  17. juliamakl November 13, 2017 / 5:30 am

    Thank you for sharing, I️ hope you’re able to overcome your woes. ❤️

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  18. Alexis Rose November 11, 2017 / 5:00 pm

    I Definitely think we can break the cycle of trauma and abuse! It takes a loving parents, unconditional love, and a community of support (community of 1 or many)
    You will know when the time is right, and you will make sure you do the best you can. And, I totally understand your trepidation. ❤️

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  19. lavenderandlevity November 11, 2017 / 3:57 pm

    I don’t know how to get to the point where that old “sense of foreshortened future part” – plus worries that my children will inherit the disabilities that run in my family and have played such a role in trauma in my family – don’t scare me out of having a child. I want to think I’d do a better job than my family history, but what if the same challenges were present? Would I really do any better, or would I crack under the pressure like previous generations? Is it even fair to bring a child into a family with a history of our genetic and trauma problems… I have a blog post half-finished on this fear, but it always hurts to much to finish…

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  20. Alexis Rose November 9, 2017 / 11:50 pm

    Thank You, Jackie ❤️

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  21. Jacqueline Zeigler November 9, 2017 / 11:31 pm

    Nice article. And you did a remarkable job.

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  22. Alexis Rose November 9, 2017 / 9:03 pm

    Hahaha, Really?? Wow, I AM psychic! 😃

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  23. E November 9, 2017 / 8:07 pm

    Yes. It’s called Parenting with PTSD and was just released. You must be psychic 😉

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  24. bethanyk November 9, 2017 / 6:26 pm

    Oh when she was little it was so easy. So many other moms who were seeking answers and looking for the right way to do this and that. Now the kids are older and we are on our own. Thank you for bringing this topic up. It is much appreciated

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  25. Alexis Rose November 9, 2017 / 6:22 pm

    Thanks for sharing! It is a struggle to find the balance and the balance is often so fluid. I think how many resources we had with mommy and me classes when the kids are little and it was easier to talk about parenting. When they get older and if the parents are ill there doesnt seem to be as much open conversation. Glad we’re talking. ❤️

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  26. bethanyk November 9, 2017 / 6:18 pm

    You sure summed up my life right here. I am having a very difficult time raising a daughter and having PTSD and trying my best to be authentic but not overwhelming with my own “stuff” while being a good role model. It is a balance that I am lately not doing so well at. It is very very difficult. Thank you for writing about it.

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  27. E November 9, 2017 / 5:21 pm

    A clear and compassionate explanation of the impact of trauma on family. I just heard about a new book on parenting with ptsd yesterday. This helpful information is so needed. Thanks for sharing it Alexis. ❤️

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  28. Clare November 9, 2017 / 4:36 pm

    “. I learned that I had to learn to trust the process, ride the waves, and keep my eye on why I wanted to heal”.: yes. Focus is key and trusting the process work in every aspect of life. Thanks for sharing your story and for being brave.

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  29. Alexis Rose November 9, 2017 / 3:59 pm

    Thank you! Love your feedback. Be well!!

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  30. Julia November 9, 2017 / 3:53 pm

    I wish you well. and wellness. I think I never had children because my inner world was already stimulating enough due to my childhood. All I’ve ever wanted was freedom to be who I want when I want. I may have been this way anyway but here we are. Every family has something. How you and your family work with it is actually a gift to your kids. There will always be problems and adjustments to be made in life. If you make healthy and honest decisions throughout your kids learn how to make healthy and honest decisions.

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