5 Signs It’s Trauma Bonding NOT Love

5 Signs It’s Trauma Bonding NOT Love

When one has suffered or is suffering from unhealed trauma, it can be easy to get ourselves into unhealthy relationship patterns. If you’re someone who gets stuck in unhealthy or toxic relationship dating patterns, or if you’re finding you’re codependent in relationships or struggle with codependency, it may have something to do with trauma bonding. So if you’re stuck asking yourself is it love or obsession or is it love or infatuation, these may be indicators that your relationship could have some unhealed trauma present in it. Let’s move on from toxic and unhealthy relationship patterns and dating cycles so that we can really find real healthy loving relationships. Let me know the stories of your unhealthy or toxic relationships in the comments, or times that you thought you were in love but it was really obsession or trauma bonding or codependency that was present in your relationships below.

What are trauma bonds? Let’s talk all about it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0y_9etZpzE&t=295s

Want more information on trauma bonding? Here are 6 signs of trauma bonding from Psych2go: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fy_YiZ5DjXs

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