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BlackCoyoteOSDD Oct 26
Chronically traumatized people often lose faith that good things can happen and people can be kind and trustworthy. They feel hopeless, often believing that the future will be as bad as the past, or that they will not live long enough to experience a good future.
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BlackCoyoteOSDD Oct 26
People with often have medically unexplained physical symptoms such as abdominal pains, headaches, joint & muscle pain, stomach problems, & elimination problems. Chronic stress affects the body just as it does the mind. The mind and body cannot be separated.
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Dr. Glenn Doyle Oct 26
You do not require forgiveness for things that happened TO you. Full stop.
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Fisch 8h
Replying to @KeemHastheDream
As someone with in their bio, and a Black Male face in their avi....this is sad you can’t see the suffering indexical of neglect. Stop speaking on your Brothers if you can’t identify clear signs of someone being used by their community.
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claire Oct 24
This is a long shot I guess. Maybe someone else browsing the tag is also an adult daughter, estranged from their family for necessary reasons. I need to find others. This is hard on my own.
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Mental Health Girl Oct 27
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Dana Arcuri Oct 28
Healing is a journey. Despite my setbacks, I focus on self-care. My soft twinkle lights cheer me up. They’re calming and peaceful. Today, I embrace grace. I’m thankful for my 10 year milestone of natural healing w/o meds.
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dooppy Ⓥ Oct 23
There's no such thing as an untraumatized autistic. This world wasn't made for us. The only differences are the degree of trauma
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Sarah Jane Garlits Oct 28
Drawing and painting are hidden talents that I unlocked about 4 years into healing. I've been at it about 2 years
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TheNarcissistBox Oct 28
Your body is more honest, than your mind. The body will fall apart being around that narc.
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Caroline 🦋 Oct 20
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paladine 6h
I've now learned I need to treat myself better to feel better. Isn't that crazy? I learned that at 56. I was taught, conditioned to just endure and accept. Because my parents did, & their parents. But I'm not helpless, anymore. I'm not that child today. It's a good day.
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Laura Corbeth | Wear a Damn Mask Oct 25
The greatest damage done by neglect, trauma or emotional loss is not the immediate pain they inflict but the long-term distortions they induce in the way a developing child will continue to interpret the world and her situation in it. —Dr. Gabor Mate
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dissociation nation Oct 20
bad day sexual abuse tw
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Tea4Tee Oct 25
I feel... very lucky. And grateful.
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Jennifer Kindera, CTRC-S, TICC, CLC 16h
New California preventive mental health coverage puts ACEs science front and center | ACEsConnection
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Jennifer Kindera, CTRC-S, TICC, CLC 13h
Hypervigilance to danger and fear can teach trauma survivors to self-abandon from their emotions, leading to not even knowing how to recognize their needs! Setting boundaries means taking care of our needs, and recognizing they are important. You matter.
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Trying 19h
Went out of my comfort zone this morning before work to go and purchase petrol. Luckily it was very early so no one was there and I could pay at the pump. No human interaction required ;).
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b 8h
CW: trauma We need to talk more about the differences between (which isn’t recognized by the DSM-5 and is a whole other conversation) and . The ways I was shaped by prolonged childhood abuse/trauma are quite different than the ways single incidents of have.
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Sarah 🌻 Oct 28
Tough therapy session, connected with that scared little girl who didn't have anybody 😔 Grateful that I have an afternoon with a friend planned
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