PTSD Healing Thought of the Week: People Find Some Reason to Believe

Mondays require us all to refresh our perspective. Maybe you had a challenging weekend and need to shake it off. Maybe you had a great weekend and arePTSD, Reason to believe, Healing thought of the week facing a challenging week. Take a moment tonight to take the Boss’ advice:

At the end of every hard day, people find some reason to believe. (Bruce Springsteen)

Be that kind of person. Tonight, while you brush your teeth before bed, find one reason to believe any of the following:

  • you deserve to overcome PTSD
  • you will overcome PTSD
  • you are ready to overcome PTSD
  • you will find the right path to overcoming PTSD
  • you are already on your way to overcoming PTSD

Now, go to bed with that one thought in your mind!

Want some proof that you are right to believe? Read this opinion from a trauma expert. 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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