Every trauma survivor has a distinct story and sound. When you hear them, you know it's them. All deserve to be heard.
Sunday, June 26, 2016
Fight to Not Dissociate
The full reality of how severe symptoms have been still happens. It's like the pain, nightmares and more flood out. You have to fight really hard to not dissociate or black out. It will only make pain worse. Do something else.
Think of this blog as a one stop place to focus on something as you try to find the proper help. Also, if you're a therapist who's genuinely helping people, that's great. But please don't troll here for clients. If you do, you'll be blocked and banned.
Thanks for checking out this blog. For obvious reasons, I have to take steps to protect myself in order to be able to speak out about being a guy rape survivor who still has PTSD symptoms. While I can't save the world from all of the evil people out there, I can protect my health, self esteem AND then offer this blog to possibly help others. In return, please pass this onto anyone/anywhere you think it will help.