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Dr Sarah Woodhouse Sep 15
If you had a traumatic reaction it was a , even if your ego says otherwise. Don't dismiss your reaction because you don't think the event constitutes a trauma. Believe yourself. Believe your reaction. is beautiful, don't be afraid to own your pain
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Podcast Recovery Sep 17
There is no wrong way to Recover. Some people might say, "You're doing it wrong" but if it works for you then who cares. As long as our works for us that is all that matters.
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Sara Wells O’Malley Sep 17
Today my brother turns 23, and he’s in step 2 of his recovery program. I have prayed for this for almost 4 years. So so proud of him and the man he is becoming. We love you, Jack! Happy birthday! 💙
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Dr Sarah Woodhouse Sep 15
Why are we writing about trauma over here, while you're writing about over there? Addiction is . We should be having the same conversation.
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Aaron Carter Sep 13
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Jenn R-J Sep 17
Anorexia Carnivorous disorder Mind devours body
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Abram.Harding🇸🇱🌟 24h
Who in SL wants a book on tackling alcoholism and sex addiction? Almost done with this master piece and it'll be on amazon by Saturday.
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Adam B. Hill, M.D. Sep 14
*From the gym at 6am on a Saturday* I go get Recovery I don’t wait for it to come to me.
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Balance Psychologies Sep 13
A is not capable of a beautiful sexual energy exchange. Sex is simply a weapon of manipulation. They control by coercively forcing it or by withholding it. Those who want it are shamed and those that refuse are ridiculed.
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Motherexia Sep 17
Final appointment with my ED Psychologist tomorrow. Been seeing her for over a year. Weird mix of sad to say goodbye, but nervous and excited to ‘go it alone’ with my recovery now..eek!
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Sober scouser 9h
I never thought admitting I was an would lift such a weight off my shoulders. My kids life’s have changed my partners life ha changed and MY life has changed.
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Jardine Sep 17
Excited to be observing the first meeting of Scottish Government Drug Deaths Task Force.
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Dr Elizabeth McNaught 5h
Try not to compare your recovery to others, we are all different with different experiences, there is no perfect duration of we all get there at our own times
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Balance Psychologies Sep 17
In contrast to grandiosity, may outwardly exhibit insecurities. vulnerability becomes apparent as the mask slips. However, It is also used as a manipulative tactic to acquire compassion or guilt from their victim.
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Balance Psychologies Sep 14
Love seeing stories like these.
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Recovery Month Sep 13
Dont feel ashamed to ask for help. If you're ready to start or continue your journey, explore 's resources.
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Russ Hudson Sep 17
Thanks folks, for checking in on me. I had my second procedure this morning and all went well. I will rest up here for a few more days to give myself some chance to heal, then fly home to for some real rest and .
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Balance Psychologies Sep 17
claim ownership of your character when they begin a smear campaign. In our fragile state we give their narrative power. Seek validation of who you are, from those who knew you before the . Love dissolves hate
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Evey Hammond 1h
When I was really unwell mentally, I felt like giving up occasionally. Now I am well, I feel like that "Replicant" character out of Blade Runner movie who will do anything to stay alive, and who just "Wants More Life !". I want more life !
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threeaddictions 2h
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