Sometimes other people say it better:
I chose this quote because of the interconnection it speaks of. It reminds me so intimately of how my trauma is intertwined within me. Connected to all things that are me.
Every part of me that I am getting to know, that other people meet – is touched by my abuse and the effects of my childhood.
This is neither good, nor bad. It is simply my truth.
As I heal, I am learning how to navigate these connections within myself. As I become familiar with them, as I accept myself wholly -I regain control of my life.
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that quote’s really deep! Here’s one I like: “Sometimes when you’re in a dark place you think you’ve been buried, but you’ve actually been planted.” ~Christine Caine
Yes!! I’ve seen this before, it’s a good one! And so very true.
So true – nothing happens in isolation.
If only more of the world understood this.