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I think a very large part of overcoming PTSD is knowing the right questions to ask yourself, and being willing to honestly dig for and find the answers. Of course, this is tough stuff. It’s not easy to face what’s wrong, or admit why it bothers you. I didn’t want to feel weak, so it was better not to probe into the darkness that had imprisoned me.
But, as Gabirol said, A wise man’s questions contain half the answer.
You have to be willing to ask yourself the tough questions; this leads to clarity which can lead to action which can lead to recovery.
Think about what major emotions drive your PTSD experience. What question should you be asking yourself, or answering? Be honest.
Want to get started? Take an action!
You have enormous healing potential. The goal is learning to access it.
Dig deep. You can do this. I believe in you!
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