On Healing Trauma

Beautiful and so true! Well said ❤

Don't Lose Hope

There is no timestamp on trauma. There isn’t a formula you can apply to escape from the triggers, or the nightmares, or the horror, or to take you to the place where you finally feel healed.

Recovery from trauma isn’t like that.

So don’t believe anyone who tells you otherwise.

You need to be patient – with yourself and with your process.

You will get there – but it’s going to take time.

First, you need to do the brave thing of walking through the memories.

And feelings the feelings.

And grieving for what’s lost.

I know that’s hard to hear, but there’s no other way.

Let the journey be the balm that soothes and heals your aching soul.

When there’s a fresh wound in your heart, keep it open until it heals. Air it out. Understand it. Dive into it. Be fierce enough to become it. If you…

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Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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