I realized in therapy that one of my core beliefs was “I am not safe”. I am grateful for awareness and the ability to change that belief to “I am always protected by God’s Love. Always.
Cognitively I know that I am safe but if triggered I feel as if my life is at stake. Before therapy I would run. After therapy I can use my tools, like grounding, walking, talking, dancing or asking for help when all else fails. Praying and going to church are the most effective when strongholds are at play.
The true story told in poetry. I am a Real and Raw Poet and Author of ”The Souls’ Poetry” my soul's true story of its’ journey to healing from the pain of childhood sexual trauma. I blog about my three-year commitment to therapy and what life is like before and after healing. Decreasing the stigma of mental illness, inspiring women to tell their stories, and leading women To and Through Therapy is my mission.
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