Recovery from trauma and loss is a process. There is no exact path or perfect recipe. There is a process. That process is unique to you and laden with your own memories, thoughts, feelings, and specific needs. It is this process (your process) in which you will build new perspective about you, your history, your beliefs, and your future. It won’t be easy. I promise it will be hard. But, I promise it will be worth it. Keeping working your process (whatever it may be). One day you will see your own innate worth.
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Hi. I just came across your blog, and I really liked this perspective on trauma and the process of healing. It feels right to me, and seems accurate to my journey so far. It made me really think about how much my perspective has changed, and how good that is. 🙂
I quoted you on my blog, but I linked back here, and said what blog it was from. I wrote a post about my thoughts on this, which is why I quoted you.
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I am glad you found something that spoke to you here, Alice. Healing is truly a process and one that is very personal in nature. I appreciate your comments and feedback. Please keep reading.
Thank you Alice. I am glad you found something that spoke to you here.