Surviving Childhood Trauma Merchandise

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  1. You are a shining star. Stay strong. I can totally understand how this all can trigger emotional turmoil. Especially when members from abuser side of your family (read: not family) can try to “correct” the history. Thanks to your trauma work that you have done so far that enables you to process and navigate through this. πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’ͺ

  2. Gaslighters really can’t help themselves! How sad for her – she’s obviously been so manipulated and gaslighted herself she feels the need to do it to you, too. You’re doing a great job acknowledging yourself and exploring what you’re feeling. Stay safe x

  3. You can also block people by IP address or words in the body of comments, like family member names. It’s too bad that with blocking there isn’t a way to redirect people to a page that says go fuck yourself and stay away from my site.

  4. Oh boy… these families look so similar to each other. They behave the same… in sheer denial and shame. Sorry you’re going through this, again. Thanks for sharing the real journey. Xoxoxo

  5. Shanon, this is Kimber. Suggestion: stop engaging and get a restraining order.

  6. Absolutely beautiful, though heart-breaking. Remember, we are standing there with you. πŸ§‘πŸ’œ

  7. We completely understand how it feels.
    We want you and we love you.
    We know that our little family is far from perfect but we are doing the work to heal our stuff.
    You are one of the most amazing and beautiful people that we know, and it’s an absolute privilege to have you as a part of our life.
    We truly hope that your family reads this comment because they need to know that they really don’t deserve to have you in their life at all.

  8. Totally agree about absolutes, they are used too freely and it feels to me that there’s been a trend to abuse them more. That quote would be better, and the debate from it avoidable, if it said: “it’s a would to the soul that may never heal”.

    Still, I recognise the debate would still be there, just not necessarily spurred by this quote. For me the idea of debating things as personal and subjective as this is kind of pointless, because whatever your situation you deserve to be met and validated at that point in your journey, as you say. Your personal experience of your internal state isn’t up for debate! Haha.

  9. I agree that healing is a process! I have done well in life and succeeded beyond my imagination but there are still times when I am back to my childhood with my abuser. For example, the smell of Old Spice (a scent worn by my abuser) will still transport me back to the exact time and place in my mind. At least for me accepting that my healing is fluid and not static was very freeing and allowed me to forgive myself more easily when I “slipped” up.

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