I did not expect to cry watching Paris Hilton's new documentary "This Is Paris". It did not just touch nostalgia, but also trauma.
What if under our idea of self there is a hard line, an abyss we ignore? Once we have encountered trauma, this line is often hard to bypass.
At the start, both parties are looking for compatibility. But are you seeing the other person really for who they are, or who you want them to be?
It's strange how one person's dislike for us can invade our mind. We can even become obsessed with the supposed hate we feel from someone else.
How come our body and the external world do not feel safe, and how can we still learn to quieten down when yoga and meditation won't do it?
All this may seem far out of reach, and yet your hopes are about to come true:All you've ever dreamt for yourself is about to be you.
Are you sick and tired of feeling taken advantage of, unable to say no and put your foot down?Join the club! Learning assertiveness can be tough.
Nobody deals well with rejection and abandonment. If you've suffered from childhood trauma and CPTSD, there's additional hurdles to conquer.