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DissociaDID Jul 7
Triggers don't care what you have to do today. doesnt stop when it's convenient. Neither does DID. disorders are raw and constant, and we have to try our best to live productive lives with them. We will be alright, and we can say that our disorders didn't stop us.
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Kirsty - Louise Jul 8
2yrs ago I was 1st on scene to a fatal accident👮🏻‍♀️ I did all I could to help but lost 2 people that day💔 diagnosed shortly after🥺 Received a msg last night from their family member.. “We’re thinking of you, as much as you’re thinking of us” Today.. a little easier🙏🏼
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2014SavedMe Jul 11
I am still working on these issues. For years my close friends kept reminding me that I did not need to say "I'm sorry" all the time. People who love you accept your fallibility. It makes you uniquely you. It's okay.
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Kayla Bergeron Jul 9
Invisible scars of
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John Cunningham Jul 14
Sound the alarm: It’s time to fight for Ontario’s volunteer
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Chris's bpd life... 7h
Highly likely I won't be seeing my kids again 😭 Worst ever phone call with the ex today, all because I put my and first for a change! Do my deserve a who is stable or a dad who is unstable!? Or even dead due to !?
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Mentalhealthyxe 6h
This is for anyone who has been told they should “get over it” or “be better by now”. Healing from trauma takes time, sometimes you go through various seasons, and frankly no one has the right to determine your timeline.
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Saint Margaret's Holistic Remedies 15h
New Study Suggests CBD Helps Treat PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder).🙌 Read here more at 👈
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Kevin Spartacus 🐝 Jul 8
If your a veteran with you may want to listen to this, it could save your life ...
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Rachel Menzies Jul 12
New replication study again finds that trigger warnings are not helpful for trauma survivors, and that they “countertherapeutically reinforce survivors’ view of their trauma as central to their identity.” Really important data for those working with and
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Arien Smith 7h
Here's your reminder that you're valid and worthy. <3
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Sarah Choujounian 🇦🇲🇨🇦 Jul 11
Do you know what the natural responses to trauma are?🤔 If you don’t, you might be beating yourself up for doing things that are completely normal for someone who has been through trauma🤷🏻‍♀️ Check out the list right here👇👇👇
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Lili Galindo MD PhD Jul 8
I was a passenger in a car accident were one person died. I had severe anxiety and I avoided driving ever since 😫 After many years of therapy and fami support, this year I am driving again🚗 Today I drove for my job for the first time. I feel a total hero 💪🏼
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J.G. MacLeod Jul 11
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Juksey Jul 14
5 Veterans took their life this week. Let that sink in...5 people who protected their country, who should receive the top level support and treatment. They survived combat only to be killed by their service anyway.
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Stoner Telly 16h
Growing, learning, and loving who I am.
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X gender Miki Jul 13
Dedicate to all the people suffering PTSD, panic syndrome and mental illness.
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James Jul 12
Not sure why but feel like I’ve had set backs this week.... no idea why..... but it really does feel like the war will never be over.
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Arien Smith Jul 14
What emotions do you run from or try to bury?
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The Poppy Practice 21h
Given this from my cousin, a veteran, after his Dad’s funeral. My Uncle painted it and they wanted me to have it given the work of The Poppy Practice. I’m choking back the tears now I’m not gonna lie! So, who’s with me to 🤜 💥
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