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Safety is a Commodity.

Safety is a precious commodity that very few have the means to hold. Safety is not something that should be sold like a commodity, but it is, just like everything else. How much safety do you buy? Insurances of any kind, equipment, safety services? It’s a huge market, because it is a basic human need. … Continue reading Safety is a Commodity.

Gaslighting

An interesting thing happens when you begin to become aware of what is actually occurring in your current life is because your perceptions are skewed from gaslighting. It’s a very powerful acknowledgment. Once you became aware of it you begin to find it everywhere. That’s the backhand of awareness, you can’t un-find what you’ve already … Continue reading Gaslighting

Healing Triggers Others.

I am learning to cognitively re-master my trauma responses, and that triggers others. I am actively working on the regulation of my whole body while I am triggered or in a heightened response state, and that triggers others. I’m working with my sensitivities, and learning how to create safety where I used to feel unsafe, … Continue reading Healing Triggers Others.

Finding Authenticity

Finding authenticity has been a golden thread through my healing journey, and in my opinion it is part of the work. Authenticity for the experience of my journey to whole body wellness is what I decided that this blogging adventure is all about for me. It is about me having the freedom to share, and … Continue reading Finding Authenticity

Love Does Not Isolate.

Love does not isolate, it does not judge, it does not discriminate and it certainly doesn’t stigmatize. Love does not attack and abandon. Love does not allow someone to suffer alone. Love does not create obstacles to itself, it is people who create obstacles to love. Love is a thousand choices that we make. Love … Continue reading Love Does Not Isolate.

Healing Complex PTSD is not glamorous

Healing is far from glamorous! It is painful, chaos, confusion, self doubt, balance, rejection, stigmatization, tears and panic attacks, and everything in between. The transitions from surviving to recovering, to healing, to stabilizing, to growing to thriving have been the wildest, profound, and fulfilling moments of my life. I called on myself to stand up … Continue reading Healing Complex PTSD is not glamorous

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