Now more than ever, is the time you need to place the care of your mental health as your priority. Here is a daily plan to help with isolation…
With 65-75,000 thoughts per day running through our minds, it’s impossible to notice every single one, but if you are living with the long term effects of trauma, you have probably experienced intrusive thoughts, overthinking, and rumination. These thought habits come from activated survival instincts and if left unchecked, can lead to debilitating issues such
Trauma has conditioned your system to stay in hyperdrive, causing hypersensitivity and hyper-reactivity to stress. The pause button is hard to find because you are wired to survive. Each year, your mind and body become more exhausted. Living in survival mode wreaks havoc on your wellbeing. Effects are detectable on every level. Mental, Emotional, Social,
50. That is the number I came up with the last time I wrote it all out. That’s almost one event for every year of my life, starting with being born dead (blue). Being physically, sexually, emotionally abused as a young child without protection, guidance, and empathy. Being the scapegoat of my family. Surviving homelessness,
Suicide is so complex that none of us could begin to understand another’s suffering and mindset that compels them to succeed in this act. I know from working with 100’s of people who struggle with these tendencies and assisting them in finding reasons to hang on that in that moment – they are convinced that
Ultra-independence spurred strong work ethic and comfort in being alone, but also reinforced damaging codependency.
Cognitive reactivity (i.e., activation of a single schema or several associated schemas by a triggering event or events) results in maladaptive adjustments in cognition, increasingly drastic distortions, and elevated negative affective states, all of which proceed presentations of depression symptomology and influence the severity of behavioral reactions.
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