Real-Talk About Trauma Healing: Don’t Interrupt

Thoughts about everyday life with complex PTSD from a girl trying to figure shit out. Let’s get real about trauma healing: a series

Let’s talk about embarrassing behavior patterns that manifest due to Childhood Abuse & Trauma:

I interrupt people a lot, or talk over them, or end up on a monologue with just enough space between thoughts for breath but not enough for others to contribute.

And I do this sadly – to the people most important to me because of safety and comfort levels within the relationship.

Oof, I swear it’s always something with Complex PTSD 

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  1. This is a common behavior many of us with CPTSD share. It is annoying and sadly you can’t stop overnight, because it’s something you’ve been doing for so long.
    Thanks for spreading the awareness. You’re doing some amazing work at Instagram, I really like to follow your works.

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