My guess is, we all have some immense personal challenges under our belts.
We've probably mismanaged our emotions, our frustrations, and our lives at various times in this Trauma journey.
We've probably lost relationships and respect for ourselves at various points. We've all likely beat ourselves up for past mistakes and years miserably wasted.
Luckily, since we're still standing upright, that also means we've probably learned a lot.
With personal insight comes personal responsibility to help chart the map for subsequent journeymen and women.
What difficult lessons have you picked up that could help others?
What have you learned that you wish you could explain to your younger, reeling, self-abusive self?
If you could save someone from self-hate and feeling "wrong," what would you tell them?
If you were giving advice to a kiddo with newly diagnosed Complex trauma, what would you tell them?
What have you learned to let go?
What have you learned truly matters?
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