Trauma comes and goes in waves, ever reminding us of remains unhealed. Recently, this has been in the linking of similar pains.
The people here in the UK are known to have a stiff upper lip; they hold back on showing their feelings as emotional public displays are discouraged. But why is that dangerous?
Does mainstream optimism exclude realities we avoid facing? Do we have enough confidence in ourselves to admit all truths?
As empaths we often forget that the body and mind are interconnected. Simply treating the physical symptoms won't do, we need to heal.
In my never ending journey to heal childhood abuse, I've had to face a painful fact: I am the only one keeping my trauma alive. Now that I am an adult, nobody but me is responsible for how I feel and how I choose to live my life. Of course, most days, I don't really... Continue Reading →