Read the stories of Childhood Trauma Survivors in their own words as they share their pain, their resilience, and their hope.
I haven't written since last week Thursday; not a single scheduled post. This last week of my life has been the worst yet this year. I think it is a culmination of the past few weeks becoming too much as I continue to learn proper self-care and balance. Life has gone like this during August:... Continue Reading →
This Series is dedicated to amplifying the voices of Survivors of childhood trauma by providing a platform to share truth through our stories.
Depression due to PTSD is very common for Trauma Survivors. Here are 9 steps I take to help myself move through depressive cycles and get back to living.
Self-Care is a very big part of trauma healing. Most importantly because of its role during our most difficult times. Self-care is what we use to help us refocus our minds and bodies to the present. It encourages us to intentionally seek out happiness during our times of great sadness. It is what we use... Continue Reading →
Telling my story is one of the hardest things I have ever done: it has also been rewarding and even necessary for my mental health and well-being.
I hope those who need this, see it. I don’t have much energy for anything other than was is absolutely necessary right now - but I feel this and it needs to be shared. Normal posting will resume tomorrow or Wednesday, it’s time for me to rest my mind and body for a day or... Continue Reading →
What a morning. Well really, what a week. Actually - it's only been a couple days.This morning I worked on a new piece,I plan to submit it to the Emerging Blog Series on Mental Health @ Home.It took me three tries, numerous breaks, and 7 hours.It's not even that deep a piece,necessarily.But it is a... Continue Reading →