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    Off#TBI #intuition #avm #CPTSD

    I am not in a good place.People around me,they withhold and munipulate me,alot,its everywhere.They deny it,project it on to me and I'm the punching bag,for unkind judgments and assumptions.Im hurt and it is no longer beneficial for me to keep these relationships.Im learning why I have my unresolved trauma,where I have to dissociate and why.I never imagined my body would physically say enough and in order to keep a life at all,I have to save myself from all of it.im no longer compromising my self for this anymore.I've known,for months,its been a game to see how my memories are maybe?I, can sleep at night.I care too much about myself now.I do not have to answer to any relationship that treats me this way,at all.I will keep being called names,delusional,oversensitive,
    many worste things behind my back. I've always known,sad,that life can be taken away fast,it doesn't change some people,at all.it is what others can get.im done apologizing for being sick.im done explaining how Im doing or what Im going to do.Im not there.im still stuck accepting all of it.If anyone knew,they'd know,its the worste thing you can do to me,ignore,
    repress,munipulate and lie about me and our life.

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    What it feels like to heal from #Childhoodtrauma

    People always say: 'Healing is never linear.'

    This means that some days you feel like you've mastered the thing that's been bothering you for years, only to break down crying about it the next day.

    Don't let anyone tell you how long or how it should look or take to heal. Your #journey is your own!

    Healing takes many forms for me, but the top of my list is:

    1.Your #Perspective becomes your power

    2.Self-care becomes essential, not seen as so selfish anymore

    3.You get that #boundaries are so much more than just saying no

    4.You attune to your inner child crying for attention

    5.You stop ignoring your #intuition

    6.Social situations becomes less stressful

    7.#Depression leaves you alone for longer periods of time.

    8.Creating healthier habits

    9.Procrastinating less and better focus

    10.Eating becomes less triggering

    What else can you add to this list?

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    I found a strength in myself! #trustissues #self -doubt #intuition #overthinking #selfgrowth

    Today my boyfriend confessed something I had been suspecting/fearing for a long time. I never really confronted him about it, because in my mind I was ashamed of even being distrustful of him. I tried all kinds of methods to help myself thinking differently, but I just couldn't shake the feeling of. It really brought me so much pain. Because on one hand I didn't trust him, and on the other hand I was doubting myself, feeling like this crazy girlfriend. Unrelated recent events have led me to thinking that I actually have a strong intuition. And today I finally had it confirmed. I was not even mad. The confirmation about being right, that the uncomfortable feelings, the distrust, the pain - it was NOT all in my head. For me, the lack of honesty is the worst. It creates loads of fake scenarios and hurt. I know I can always handle the truth, so that's really all I need and expect to have peace. I consider myself an incredibly understanding and non-judgemental person, so the truth itself did not bother me, even though my intuition was right and my fear was real. I mean, I even understand why he kept this from me. But it's the lying and going behind my back that's unbearable. The feeling of distrust. So I felt the need to write this down, because now I'm just utterly relieved. I do indeed have a strong intuition that I can actually trust from now on. My feelings are real, and I have a whole new faith in myself!

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    When Intuition Overcomes Anxiety #faithoverfear #intuition #AnxietyDisorders #PeaceInThePain

    'Intuition Overcoming Anxiety'. To some it may seem like a concept that is easy to grasp. But to others, including me, maybe not so much. If any of you are unfamiliar with what intuition is (and there is nothing wrong with that), I invite you to look it up as it may help make sense of what I am getting at. Being able to trust and act on your own intuition is not always an easy feat.

    If you are part of this community on 'The Mighty', odds are that you have at least some familiarity with Anxiety. Now, you likely also are aware (if you aren't, I invite you to look into it) that 'anxiety' is one thing, an 'Anxiety Disorder' is a whole different ballgame. And it gets even more complicated from there (as in the the individual disorders, the degrees of each, and the individual's own experience of it.

    Now, back to the idea of 'Intuition Overcoming Anxiety'. I myself only have my own experience to base what I am about to say on, but I know it is possible, because it happened to me. And I mean, it happened in a situation where even now, I'm not even sure I fully comprehend how, given the physical, mental, and emotional state I was in, I was even able to tune in to my intuition act on it. I do have my own spirituality that I accredit but ultimately, the decisions I made, and the results thereof, showed how my intuition overcame my anxiety.

    So, my question for you all is, have you had experiences where your Intuition has Overcome your Anxiety? You are in no way expected to share your story if you don't want to. But feel free to share in the comments if you'd like! Thanks!

    #Anxiety #physicalanxiety #fightorflight #believeinyourself #strengthwithin #MightyTogether

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    What makes you, you?

    When I’m finding it hard to trust myself — actually being able to listen to my intuition and make decisions that reflect the life I really want to live — I sometimes take a moment to write down all the things that make me, me. It helps to center me and remind me of my power.

    📝 This list can include:
    • What you’re passionate about
    • The things that make you tick
    • Your hopes and dreams

    🌻 Here’s what makes me, me:
    • Art
    • Flowers/plants/nature
    • Tattoos
    • Dog mom to Bella
    • Friends/family
    • Coffee
    • Curiosity/exploration
    • Laughter
    • Love
    • My Steve Madden combat boots
    • The moon/sun

    What’s on your list, friend? 💭

    P.S. I'm so glad you're here, exactly as you are.

    #CheckInWithMe #MentalHealth #Anxiety #Recovery #Depression #Recovery #ChronicIllness #ChronicPain #EhlersDanlosSyndrome #RareDisease #Trust #intuition

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