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This made me cry, tears of joy. I feel exactly the same. Empathy is the greatest strength. Sending you my love.

13 days ago reply 0

Loss of identity is the result of trauma. In many cases. It’s not so simple as

4 months ago reply 0

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5 months ago reply 0

AMAZING podcast...thank you SOOOOO much!!! ❀❀❀πŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺ

10 months ago reply 0

once again this is amazing!!! I have been single for a REALLY long time, for a few reasons and this is one! I have such a tough time dealing with my own shit, how could put anybody else through that!!

10 months ago reply 0

Thank you for this!! You always have a way of making me feel better!! You're amazing!

10 months ago reply 0

THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! This was/is HUGE with me!!

11 months ago reply 0

I got the impression you are advocating that professional help is not necessary because nothing is actually wrong. The only thing wrong, according to what you're saying, is the person's perception of their circumstances and their intellectual response to those circumstances. All one needs to do is tweek their thinking and the problem is solved? Maybe that's an unfair characterization of what you said as well as an oversimplification, but while it may be true for you, it is not necessarily applicable to everyone, and is certainly an oversimplification of the problem. If the result of PTSD is a severely disrupted life, or even the loss of life in some cases, I would say the afflicted person has indeed been broken, perhaps only temporarily, but broken none-the-less and in need of help.

1 years ago reply 0