Other People's Problems

Sloane: Putting a name on this problem

Hillary and Sloane discuss Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder to help Sloane understand why she feels the way she feels and thinks the way she thinks.
Listen to the full episode26:57

"I think maybe it will help me be a bit more gentle to myself."— Sloane

Hillary and Sloane discuss Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder to help Sloane understand why she feels the way she feels and thinks the way she thinks.Listen for:

  • How shaky Sloane's voice becomes when she talks about stress and emotions.
  • How sometimes receiving a diagnosis can make you feel broken and sometimes it can help you feel empowered.
  • How repetitive trauma that happens over the course of your childhood is different than one-time trauma or something bad that happens when you're an adult.

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