Post-betrayal syndrome is a term used to describe the emotional, physical, and mental symptoms that individuals experience after being betrayed. Did you know that it affects millions of people worldwide? Over 80,000 people have taken our post-betrayal syndrome quiz. That’s a staggering number! This syndrome encompasses a range of emotions and experiences, including constant regression, loss of personal power, extreme sadness, anger, anxiety, and an inability to trust. The statistics speak for themselves, it highlights the profound effects of betrayal on our lives and it’s crucial to acknowledge and understand the impact it has on our well-being.
The good news is that you CAN heal from betrayal, no matter how long ago it happened or who was involved. During the episode, Dr. Debi shares a heartwarming story of a member from the PBT Institute who experienced a significant trigger. By comparing her response to previous situations, she discovered notable improvements in her emotional resilience. We explore how you can do the same and celebrate every small step forward. Remember, progress is progress, no matter how small!
Dr. Debi also emphasizes the importance of moving through the five stages from betrayal to breakthrough. It’s crucial to have the right tools, support, and community to guide you along this transformative journey. If you’re feeling stuck, exhausted, or overwhelmed, don’t worry! The PBT Institute is here to help you every step of the way. With their resources and expertise, you can find confidence, health, peace, and happiness on the other side of your healing journey.
[00:01:08] Physical Symptoms of Betrayal
[00:04:22] Weight gain and stress.
[00:05:25] Healing from betrayal requires healthy eating.
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“These stats aren’t from a recent betrayal. This could be something that happened decades ago. Your parent did something awful. The girlfriend or boyfriend who broke your heart in high school, whatever it is, that person may not know, care, even remember they may not even be alive. And here you are struggling. The good news is you could heal from all of it.” – Dr. Debi Silber
“While there are many very healthy ways to eat, when you’re healing from betrayal, you want to use healthy eating in your favor. You want to use it as almost looking at it like, will this food choice get me out of ICU? And you’re learning how to love yourself and nurture yourself, which is something that we absolutely do not do when we’re healing from betrayal.” – Dr. Debi Silber