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  1. Lacedwithpain

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    Hello Dasi, You sound wonderfully on top of your game and in control of your cognitive processing. Amazing. I have endless respect for the work you have put in to heal. With where I am right, I'm not in the best head space, I am drawing sadness out of success. I mean does this ever end? Will it ever just be gone or okay? It feels like a lifetime of always coping. It makes me lose hope sometimes. It just seems like coming from these kinds of backgrounds is such a disadvantage. Spend a lifetime trying to undo the damage from unfit parents, eek
  2. Lacedwithpain

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    you sound very strong. I admire how you handle all of this. It must be really challenging. Thank you for sharing your experience and the article
  3. -hope to make this blog a cohesive record of my cognative processing therapy sessions and what goes on before them and after them. If they even help. This is the first entry more covering the emotions that brought me to needing therapy and trauma processing. As my sessions unfold I hope to have an entry for each session Jan 2oth 2016 Confusion is all I know. Insecurities are fortified strong. Ingrained to my core. Doubt dictates everything. Fear governs what remains. The experts tell me that the circumstances of my life have brought me here. That there was nothing I could do to avoid this
  4. Just reading your blog, thanks for sharing. I am curious how everything is going for you. Are you still seeing this new guy and did it get any easier?
  5. Thank you so much for saying hello and welcoming me here. Really nice to hear that healing is possible. Right now it feels like healing is never going to happen.
  6. Hello! I'm brand new here. Nervous! I imagine everyone is when they first come here. I am happy to have found after silence. Really in need of a safe place to communicate with people who understand how confusing everything is. My therapist recommended this site and said I might be able to find some encouraging people here. Hoping to meet some of you and draw inspiration from your courage.
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