PTSD Healing Thought of the Week: Anyone who has ever made a mistake…

Do you ever feel like you just make mistake after mistake in your PTSD recovery process? You try things you think will help, and they don’t. You develop a method for coping, and things still get out of control. PTSD, Healing Thought of the Week

It’s absolutely normal to have fits and starts as you figure out how to move forward, deal with challenges and chart your path. The key is to keep trying new things no matter what.

Albert Einstein said,

Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.

You should be making mistakes in recovery. That means you’re doing the work, trying new things and actively playing a role in how your future occurs. Get started on making mistakes and getting results – check out these great articles for some pointers:

Being Able to See a Picture

There Are No Failures, Only Results

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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