Trauma Bond Worksheets
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READY TO BREAK FREE FROM TRAUMA BOND AND HEAL?
ARE YOU EXPERIENCING ANY OF THE FOLLOWING?
- Do you feel an intense emotional attachment to someone who has repeatedly hurt or mistreated you?
- Are you often preoccupied with thoughts or memories of the abusive person, even when they are not present?
- Have you experienced a cycle of abuse followed by periods of kindness or love from the same person?
- Do you find it difficult to leave or distance yourself from the harmful individual, despite their negative impact on your well-being?
- Do you make excuses or rationalizations for the abusive person's behavior?
- Have you noticed a pattern of attracting or being attracted to abusive or toxic partners in your relationships?
- Have you become isolated from friends, family, or other support systems due to the influence of the harmful person?
- Do you feel dependent on the abusive person for your sense of self-worth or validation?
- Do you feel a sense of emptiness, fear, or despair when considering ending the relationship or breaking away from the harmful person?
If so, Trauma Bond Worksheets can help you break free from trauma bond and nurturing a sense of self-worth.
(+35 pages of exercises and prompts)
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
- Identify Your Symptoms
- Confront Negative Self-Talk
- Express Your Feelings
- Self-Compassion Break
- Advocate for Your Needs
- Establish Boundaries
- Foster a Sense of Safety
- Exploring Inner Child Work
- Emotional Regulation
- Focus on Yourself
- Cultivate Supportive Relationships
- Should You Forgive?
- Forgiving The Abuser (When Ready)
A trauma bond is a deep and complex emotional connection that forms between an individual and an abusive or harmful person.
This bond develops as a result of ongoing cycles of abuse, manipulation, intermittent reinforcement, and a lack of perceived alternatives.
Individuals in such bonds may experience conflicting emotions, feeling both affection and dependency on the abuser while also experiencing fear, confusion, and emotional pain.