Autor: Nathan Segal

My name is Nathan Segal and I am a bullying and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) survivor. Most of the bullying came from my immediate family. My late father was a bully, and so is my younger brother. The bullying lasted from childhood all the way into adulthood. My location now is Ensenada, Baja California, México. Nathan Segal is the author of the book, Life After Bullying // Mi nombre es Nathan Segal y soy un superviviente de Trastorno de Estrés Postraumático y de intimidación (PTSD). La mayor parte del acoso provenía de mi familia inmediata. Mi difunto padre era un acosador, y también mi hermano menor. La intimidación duró desde la infancia hasta la edad adulta. Ahora estoy en Ensenada, Baja California, México. Nathan Segal es autor del libro 'Vida después del acoso'.

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The Number One Bullying Problem: Poor Boundaries

Nathan Simons

If the bullying has its roots in your family of origin, the victim often has no sense of their personal space. They grow up not knowing they can say ‘NO’, if someone treats them badly. If you have someone in your life who is treating you this way, you need to start setting boundaries.

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How to Protect Yourself from Family Bullies

Nathan Simons

One of the most difficult forms of bullying to deal is from within your family. If this is your situation, you must set boundaries to limit or stop the abuse or, if the abuse is severe, to end all contact with them // Una de las formas de acoso más difíciles de tratar es la que se produce en la familia. Si es este tu caso, debes establecer límites para frenar o parar el acoso, y si es grave terminar la relación familiar.

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How to recover from PTSD using NLP

Nathan Simons

According to PTSD United, “an estimated 8% of Americans – 24.4 million people – have PTSD at any given time. That is equal to the total population of Texas”. “In the past year alone the number of diagnosed cases in the military jumped 50% and that is only the reported and diagnosed cases. 17% of combat troops are women; 71% of female military personnel develop PTSD due to sexual assault within the ranks.”

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