PTSD: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder – and Ways of healing

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Many people think PTSD is reserved for veterans, those coming back from military service, but all kind of traumatic events can cause PTSD. Abusive relationships, mind-controlling cults, the sudden loss of loved ones, accidents, medical operations, childhood neglect, rape and sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse, assault, war, natural disasters, kidnapping, terrorist attacks, the list goes on. I hope this article and my story can inspire you or someone you know to get the help … Continue reading

Leaving Scientology: Nightmares, happiness and stolen dreams

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Some days I closed my eyes praying that God would give me cancer and that it would be too advanced to survive when doctors found out. Now, I’m happy that wish didn’t come true. Just because I have a smile on my face doesn’t mean my life is easy. Not all wounds are visible. I am recovering from my life’s worst nightmare. It is important to allow yourself to be happy during your PTSD (Posttraumatic Stress Syndrome) … Continue reading

What’s the difference between a Mind Controlling Cult and a Sociopath?

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I vote for “NONE“! Have you ever been screwed over by a bullying cult or a manipulative person? Being inspired by a comment from my friend Dragos where he dropped THE question most people don’t dare to ask. I have included both the question and my answer as this topic deserved a post of its own. I have added some more on cult recovery to my answer below. Dragos: PS. About Scientology, Anette, there is … Continue reading

My 10 years journey into and out of Scientology

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My journey into Scientology begun in the autumn of 2002. I was involved with the Church of Scientology in Copenhagen, Denmark and in Oslo, Norway for 10 years. On this blog I will shed some light on the darker sides of Scientology.                     A summary of my milestones in Scientology: Clear / OT Preps Patron of the IAS ($40,000.00) Benefactor of the Ideal Org Denmark ($40,000.00) Super … Continue reading