The entire mental health industry is urging you to share your story in gruesome detail…
This can actually be one of the worst things you could ever do.
It’s true, sharing your story can be helpful for a number of reasons…
It shows people that they aren’t alone and that there’s nothing wrong with them.
You feel like you’re inspiring and helping people make a positive change.
Don’t get me wrong, those are all good things.
But in reality you could actually be having the exact opposite effect…
What if the story you tell is the reason your PTSD isn’t getting better?
And, what if your story is perpetuating pain… not positive recovery?
The story that you tell yourself and others starts out with a positive intent…
But, then it turns into your identity…
Let me explain why this could be the worst that could ever happen to you…
If you don’t know my story, I personally had PTSD for over 15 years. I am now fully recovered with no symptoms whatsoever.
But, there was a point in my recovery where it felt like I hit a brick wall.
It felt like no matter what I did…
No matter how many books I read, or how many programs I took, or how many different therapy’s I tried…
Nothing got better.
I felt stuck.
I felt like I was running on a treadmill… Expending massive amounts of energy, but going nowhere.
Someone told me that I was too identified with my PTSD.
I realized that my obsession with my story, and what happened to me was preventing me from making progress.
When I heard that it felt like I was in slow motion…
It hit me so hard I remember that exact moment to this day.
I took a deep breath and I was like…
“Wow… I’ve replayed this story in my head over and over and over so much that it’s become part of my identity… It’s become a part of who I am.”
Just like someone identifies as a mom, a mechanic, a college graduate, etc…
I was identified as someone who has PTSD.
Do you see the issue with that?
It was part of who I believed I was…
And I was stuck into thinking that this was the only person I could be.
I was the person who had PTSD, the person who always had problems, and the person who never got better…
Since it was a part of who I was, I couldn’t get rid of it.
I couldn’t take that next step and transform into a person who doesn’t have PTSD.
And I realized that in order to be a person who doesn’t have PTSD, I had to stop identifying as a person with PTSD.
I had to open the doors to a new possibility.
Subconsciously I was telling myself that I was someone who had PTSD for over 15 years.
I never made progress over that 15 years, and I’m someone who will always have PTSD.
Those thoughts and beliefs were actually in my mind.
All because I was obsessed with my story, and my past…
This was a major realization in my life, and in my recovery.
Had I not realized this I wouldn’t have recovered.
That’s the plain truth.
Subconsciously you don’t want to get rid of PTSD because PTSD is YOU!
You become your PTSD, and it’s the most dangerous thing that can happen.
If you’re identified with your PTSD you’ll never make it to full recovery.
I’m here to wake you up!
I want to shake you and say…
“You are not PTSD! PTSD is not who you are, there is a life without it!”
Have you become too attached to your PTSD?
Has it become part of your identity?
I mean how can it not, right?
When you have PTSD you are going through a hell that seems to last forever.
It seems like there’s no way out…
You feel hopeless and truly honestly believe that it will be with you forever.
That’s how it happens, and it’s not your fault if you’ve become identified with it.
Like I said, I think it is completely natural to do so.
But, it is your responsibility to make sure that YOU don’t stay identified with it.
But how do you stop the PTSD identity?
How do you get rid of this PTSD identity and grow into a new person?
The first thing you must do is take full, 100% responsibility for where you are now.
You are where you are now only because of you, and you are the only solution to your problems.
In order to change your situation, YOU have to change… it’s the only way.
You literally have to transform into a new person.
You have to change your thoughts, your beliefs (conscious and subconscious), and you have to become someone who does not identify with PTSD.
Defining and designing your new identity is one of the most important things you can do in life and recovery.
Don’t skimp out on this…
Because when you’re stuck in the PTSD identity, it’s extremely hard and maybe even impossible to fully recover.
I’ve transformed myself multiple times over throughout my life.
It’s something that you have to continuously do over, and over, and over.
You have to be constantly improving yourself and creating a better version of you.
Do you want to know how I stopped identifying with my PTSD?
Want to learn not only how I was able to transform myself, but how I used my new identity to fully recover from my 15+ years of PTSD?
If you’re committed to doing the necessary work… And trust me it is work (Nothing worth having is easy to get)
Then this is for YOU.
I’ve spent over 100 hours putting together this training so I could teach you how to avoid all the mistakes I made…
To feel the sheer joy of breaking out of your current self and creating a newer, happier, calmer, and more peaceful you.
And, I want you to know what it feels like to be truly and utterly calm… maybe for the first time in your life.
Reserve your spot right now, and start building your bright and promising new future today.
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To your recovery!