Magical Thinking:

Six Traps That Blind You to Relationship Red Flags

A 90-Minute Zoom Webinar with Anna Runkle

People neglected as children often develop a strong capacity to imagine they are loved, even when they're being mistreated and abandoned. The pattern often continues into adulthood, enabling attachments with people who are troubled, unavailable or not interested. If it's not healed, it can leave you unable to form a mutually loving, stable relationship. 

In this webinar where I'll help you spot six common ways you may be using magical thinking to soothe feelings of anxiety and loneliness. I'll teach you practical strategies to stay grounded in reality and support yourself in shifting to a realistic, self-supporting approach to forming loving relationships at last. 

Price: $45

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Magical thinking is a coping mechanism used to create a feeling of being loved, even though love is unavailable. 

Learn how romantic fantasies may be keeping you trapped in isolation

I'll teach you to recognize the common forms of magical thinking that once helped you cope with emotional neglect -- but that are now keeping you from finding love.

I'll show you steps to release one-sided attachments and gently open your life to real love

With practical tools and emotional "guardrails," you can develop discernment, boundaries and healthy vulnerability.

Determine clear next steps to start changing your life.

Hear my answers to questions from webinar participants and gain clarity on your particular work situations, and how you can apply Crappy Childhood Fairy methods to release yourself of trauma-driven limitations. 

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Meet Anna Runkle

Anna Runkle leads a movement to help people worldwide to heal trauma symptoms and change their lives -- whether or not they have access to professional help. More than 500,000 people subscribe to her YouTube channel, blog, courses and coaching programs, where she teaches the principles and techniques she has used to recover from her own Childhood PTSD. Her approach includes simple, self-directed exercises to calm emotional triggers and neurological dysregulation, and to begin changing the self-defeating behaviors that are common for people who have lived much of their lives dysregulated. She lives with her husband and two sons in the San Francisco Bay Area.