If you too have felt misunderstood, and for the longest time wonder what is wrong with you, I hope this site can help you feel you are not alone. Since the ’90s I have gone to many counselors and left feeling more hopeless.
My only strength, hope, and comfort has been, and is from God. Knowing He knows every nook & cranny about me, understands it all, and faithfully guides me and is there for me has kept me sane. He has led me to books and resources online – I have had to discover things on my own.
I’ve been through different stages of healing but still journeying on… I hope the things that helped me will help others. Resources I have found online have been surfacing in which people are finally explaining whats up and we are feeling understood and given tools how to get better…
Life after abuse feels like a battlefield. We become like warriors, constantly striving to guard ourselves from being wounded or hurt again. In fact, by definition, being vulnerable means to be capable of or susceptible to being wounded or hurt! Is it any wonder that we resist vulnerability with such adamant force?!
— Read on www.traumaline1.com/node/3775
Found this site, someone who has been thru, understands, and shares so many of his articles…finding it so helpful in understanding things…
Founded February 2013 ABOUT THIS SITE : This site comprises over 750 concise and accessible articles about childhood trauma and its relationship to : addiction anxiety and depression borderline personality disorder complex PTSD anger and violence psychosis narcissism
Grief is a universal experience, and a major issue for those with PTSD. Discover how grief and PTSD are related and how they affect each other.
Source: Grief, PTSD, and Your Brain – HealthyPlace
…more memories had surfaced, and working on things brought on awful headaches so I took a break. I miss my WordPress community, I can see how much you all helped and appreciate it very much. 💛👩💻