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Kate Emily Brinly
Peer Facilitator, Consumer Consultant & Recovery Coach. Lived experience of being labelled with BPD & CPTSD a survivor and a thriver. All views my own.
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Kate Emily Brinly Oct 18
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Kate Emily Brinly Oct 12
Used to sit in a room at Voices Vic with this beautiful pic on the wall using the hearing voices approach 💕
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Mad In America Oct 11
“To prevent , States should adopt a rights-based approach that avoids excessive medicalization and addresses societal determinants, promoting autonomy and resilience through social connection, tolerance, justice, and healthy relationships.”
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Kate Emily Brinly Oct 11
Instruction manual on how to induce craziness and suicide in an individual and population
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Kate Emily Brinly Oct 4
Replying to @SecondWound
I also tried for 20 years to heal repair etc until I was completely and utterly mad and broken no flying monkeys have attempted to contact me in the last 3 years of no contact I think they know they’re not welcome and wouldn’t dare I can relate thanks.
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Indigo Daya Oct 1
Here's to all the folks who stand up for , justice & social change. Being an is tough. Most people only see the outward hope & passion. The days & nights of cynicism, despair, exhaustion & hurt are less obvious, but they are there. May we all continue to rise.
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Kate Emily Brinly Sep 19
Replying to @IndigoDaya
I feel exactly the same I hope you can have a deep rest
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MAPrc Women's Mental Health Division Sep 13
"The term is stigmatising and puts the blame back on the patient" talks the importance of using the term "Complex Trauma Disorder" to replace "Borderline Personality Disorder"
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Louise Byrne Sep 10
On I feel out to all who are still struggling day to day. As a suicide survivor, for 23 years I battled with a bleakness that never seemed to end. It took a very long time and I’m still pinching myself but things really can change. Love and connection to those feeling alone
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Jacinta Guilhermino Sep 8
Passing messages of trauma from one generation to another can also be unconscious & unintended! Break the cycle of trauma -: ’s @
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Kate Emily Brinly Sep 9
We live in a collective dissociative trance thanks
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Kate Emily Brinly Sep 7
Replying to @DykingOut
Love all of them, love the sense of humour and intelligence, ability to laugh at life, being yourselves no matter what and all the guests
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Kate Emily Brinly Aug 26
Replying to @SecondWound
This happened to me but I now have new chosen family and friends who don’t do this (still an incredibly insane and painful process to go through)
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Kate Emily Brinly Aug 26
It’s total insanity! My distress disappeared within 2 weeks of no contact I lost family and friends but have new chosen family and friends who don’t do this 💕🌞🌈🌹
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That Dr Sheep Person🌱💧 Aug 20
I can’t yet describe the emotions of this. It’s like some justice for all of us who were silenced by powerful men & their institutions & their enablers, & our families who defended our abusers & punished us for speaking. This feels momentous & I am incoherent
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Magda Szubanski AO Aug 20
Truth has prevailed over power. The court of appeal, refuting the dismissive words of Pell, finds the witness/victim is “not a liar, not a fantasist but a witness of truth” My heart goes out to that brave man 🙏🏻
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Indigo Daya Aug 4
‘There is no sick and no well, only a continuum of human experience.’ The incredible Matt Ball inspires us all at today’s Consumer Conference. Matt—you’re a bloody legend! @franklindbirtle
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Survivors against PD Jul 28
How many of us have experienced sexual violence or only to be told by mental health services that our personality is disordered? It’s wrong. It’s victim blaming. It must stop.
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Dr. Jessica Eaton Jul 29
Living authentically hurts sometimes. Telling the truth hurts sometimes. But knowing you are living by the rules and values you set for yourself will always keep you steady even when shit goes sideways.
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Alan Watts Jul 28
The first step on the Path is to know what you want, not what you ought to want.
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