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Childhood trauma: bilateral stimulation with “butterfly embrace” and “reorientation in the present” against overwhelming anxiety

Deal with panic or fear to lose control using the “butterfly embrace” and “reorientation in the present” Anxiety: butterfly embrace (BLS) Note: Please only perform the butterfly hug for as long as it feels good. If anxiety, negative associations or negative emotions arise, stop the exercise by opening your eyes. Anxiety: reorientation in the present  …

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Breast cancer – What happens in the brain with a cancer diagnosis?

Insights from trauma therapy help us understand what goes on in our brain when we receive a cancer diagnosis. Cancer diagnosis: nightmares, flashbacks, intrusions The “natural” pathways in the information processing system are blocked, which can lead to typical post-traumatic stress symptoms. Many people who have experienced a traumatic or highly frightening situation are familiar …

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