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After my trauma one of the hardest things was learning how to survive survival.
A big part of the challenge was that I felt soooo different from who I’d been “before.”
While we can’t change the past or how it’s changed us — whether your trauma started at birth or later it’s absolutely possible to change your present (and your future).
The answer to that question can completely halt, stall or hijack your PTSD recovery. Take a look at this vid for a full explanation, plus simple ideas for how to make sure you don’t get stuck in this trap.
How do you notice trauma affects your identity? Share your thoughts in the comments!
p.s. We still have 1 spot left in our brand-new, men-only PTSD support group. Spend some time with people who really “get you” while being personally coached to take control of your recovery process and create results. You can make progress and feel better. For information about the group email firstname.lastname@example.org with “Support Group” in the subject line.
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