Freaked Out 101: An Online Course

FO man Freaked Out 101: How Hidden Developmental Traumas Can Disrupt Your Life and Relationships, is an online designed to help you better understand why you get anxious and freak out in certain situations and around certain people.

This course helps connect the dots between hidden early developmental traumas and problems you are experiencing in your life, particularly in your relationships. There’s a free self-quiz that takes a 30 minute Introduction to give you a feel for the course. The self-quiz will help you determine how much your anxiety and overreactions to people or situations relate to hidden developmental traumas. Our research shows that at least 90 percent of adults have some hidden developmental traumas that disrupt their lives in some significant way.

The ACE Study of the long-term effects of “adverse childhood experiences” (ACE’s) shows that hidden developmental traumas cause serious health problems in adults. For example, subjects that reported four or more ACEs had a 50 percent higher risk of developing heart disease as an adult than those with no ACEs. The number of ACEs correlated directly increased risk of cancer, addictions, diabetes, stroke and depression.

The Freaked Out Online Courses

This is the first of three similar Freaked Out online courses.   Freaked Out 101 contains five additional self-quizzes to help you personalize the information presented in the course. Freaked Out 202 and 303 are in production.  We hope that these online courses will help people connect the dots between childhood trauma and difficulties in their adult lives and relationships.

The feedback we received during our field-testing of the course was overwhelmingly positive. Some even said, “This course changed my life.” You can’t get any better feedback than that.

Click here for the link to the self-quiz and the course introduction:

You’re invited to participate in this new way of learning about by:

  1. Taking the free self-quiz.
  2. Signing up for the course and giving us your feedback. What did you think of the idea and did help you?
  3. Sharing about this course with others in your network, who you think might be interested in or benefit from it.
  4. Asking those in your network to share the self-quiz with others in their networks that they think might be interested in it.

Thanks for taking the time to look at this material and thanks in advance for being willing to share it with others you know.


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