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Lacey George Jun 18
My least favorite request from my 4 yo is when she asks me to tell her stories of when I was young. I don’t remember most of my childhood because . The things I can remember are still dripping with trauma and aren’t typically full memories.
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Disabled Times 12h
Another annoying thing about having is that traumatic events (which wouldn't traumatise others), keep on piling up. Last week I saw someone fall off their bike and hit their head hard. They're fine, but the blood etc really scared me and now every time I go past there...
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Roy [ʁwa] Jun 24
Replying to @AliBeckZeck
Any insight? I personally believe that , & are cousins, if not siblings.
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Hurt ACON / ᴳᵘᵃʳᵈ ᴹᵒⁿˢᵗᵉʳ Jun 20
When I was a kid, I thought that no one else could possibly relate to me and that I was too different. Now I'm learning all these ways that abuse survivors follow certain patterns like me, stuff like studying in mental health fields and not identifying as human sometimes🤔
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Becca Sue Jun 24
Still so much I haven’t told my hubby. My therapist doesn’t even know everything. Talking about my past just doesn’t come easy for me. Tends to send me backwards. Maybe I should talk to my dog more. Will that help.
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Kaylene Jun 23
I hate when the heart races with anxiety. Even in sleep or meditation I've not found a way to slow it down. Any suggestions?
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Sarah Wigington 16h
What’s the difference between and
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National Hispanic & Latino MHTTC 20h
The International Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems introduced the complex PTSD (CPTSD) diagnosis. Hispanics and Latinos that experienced long-term traumas like human trafficking, gang rape, child maltreatment, or war prisoners could be diagnosed with .
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𝕊𝕔𝕙𝕄𝕀𝔻𝔾𝔼 Jun 22
Its been so long since I’ve genuinely felt joy - I don’t remember what it feels like anymore
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ThinkingTOOLoud Jun 19
Replying to @PTSDIChat
Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps.
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Hurt ACON / ᴳᵘᵃʳᵈ ᴹᵒⁿˢᵗᵉʳ Jun 18
I'm reading this article I found on the subreddit, this is more or less what my therapist does, like IFS/parts work under a slightly different name. "Being aware of the client's body movements is useful" (cont'd)
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Jane 9h
A busy day full of meetings at work tomorrow and cant get to sleep. Cant get the flashbacks out of my head. I know this will pass but my head is in a spin right now.
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Caryn Walker 💜 Jun 24
Are sexual abuse victims being diagnosed with a mental disorder they don't have?
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𝖍𝖔𝖙 𝖘𝖚𝖌𝖆𝖗 10h
ya know what? i had a great therapy session. i felt understood this time.
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Gambling_time4change 22h
Replying to @HealingCPTSD
Thank you for replying, The Handful that do know are very compassionate, I find it scary to open up, as I find so many professionals don’t understand, which I get.. it’s also the fear of sharing why I have , day by day thank you again🙏🏼 working hard on thoughts
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Healing Complex PTSD Jun 21
I have nothing to forgive myself for. I don't victim shame myself anymore. 💜
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undead souxie Jun 19
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Girl in Therapy Blog Jun 25
Little did I know that I'd become THAT client. And little did I know that it's completely normal within the context of complex trauma and Attachment disorders. I still feel ashamed of it even though I know it's common and normal if you have C-PTSD.
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Hon. Koi Jun 24
Replying to @KoiChinatown
when a customer bully someone suffering from mental health issues & struggle with work by claiming him racist & making him losing his jobs, you are no better then the claiming the mental disable as lazy & sending them to shower
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Spemki 🌌 Skwedaibagol 🔥🌿 Jun 25
An incredibly good thread on & , the symptoms, differences & similarities. I have classic PTSD from short term trauma events like jail, assault by police, violence, getting mugged, etc. I have C-PTSD from my incredibly abusive childhood. I get ALL the symptoms. 😳😵
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