Discover Why Your Relationship is Dysregulating
– and What You Can Do About It.

If you’re exhausted from the endless push-and-pull dynamic, wondering if you should stay or go, you’re probably suffering from an insidious trauma bond.

Have you ever described your relationship like this:

Passionate Hot-and-cold Intense
Volatile Disconnected

If so, you might be trapped in a trauma bond dynamic. 

Trauma bonds are easy to find yourself in, but difficult to identify if you don’t know how to spot them.

Here’s an easy way to tell:

If you’ve ever said or heard the words, “I can never win with you,” or “I feel like I am your mother,” or “you’re just like my father,” and/or “You complete me,” you’re not experiencing healthy passion; you’re experiencing a powerful, intoxicating codependence on one another.

When left unaddressed, trauma bonds kill erode relationships and kill your self worth. To break this cycle, join me on February 16th at 4pm PST (7pm EST) for my new 3 hour $30 workshop:

Breaking Free from Trauma Bonds and Healing Codependency 

What Makes a Trauma Bond so Concerning?

Rooted in childhood, trauma bonds begin with the abuse or neglect of a parent. The child associates love with a feeling of aloneness, responsibility, engulfment, or fear. This wounding informs you of your identity, which defines the way you perceive romantic relationships later in life.

You end up not getting what you want in love. You end up getting what you SECRETLY think you deserve.

In adulthood, relationships then become characterized by a push-pull dynamic. Relationships will move through a cycle of love bombing (where pedestalizing is present), devaluing (where the cut-downs and insults begin), discarding (where abandonment arises), and back to love bombing again.
The result is unhealthy codependency: even though you experience very strong feelings of love and attraction for your partner, there’s always another devastating argument, with intermittent reinforcement (also known as “bread-crumbing”) around the corner.
This is a psychologically addictive effect, because it’s so magnetic. You will always chase the high, and wait for the bread crumbs, no matter how bad the crash is.

Long-term consequences of unaddressed trauma bonds include:

Relationship anxiety and low self-esteem.

Shame and feelings of unworthiness.

Psychological issues like depression, anxiety, and even suicidal ideation.

Physical health problems like adrenal fatigue, hormonal imbalances, digestive distress, and autoimmune disorders.

Create Secure, Intimate Relationships

For just $30, join me on February 16th at 4pm-7pm PST, (7-10 EST) and discover how to:


Understand the biology and psychology behind trauma bonds.


Learn to identify the early warning signs in your relationship.


Discover strategies to break free from the trauma bond cycle.


Heal the wounds that prevent you from forming secure, healthy relationships.

Build the skills you need to achieve:


Enhanced self-worth and autonomy in relationships.


Improved communication and emotional connection with your partner.


A shift from chaotic dynamics to stable, nurturing interactions.


Long-term psychological and physical health benefits.

Don't let trauma bonds dictate your relationship any longer.

Join Breaking Free from Trauma Bonds and Healing Codependency to change your narrative and build the foundations of a secure, healthy relationship.

Transform Your Life When You Break the Cycle