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Develop a self-care regimen that suits you. This might include exercise, a balanced diet, and regular sleep patterns. Make time for activities you enjoy and that nurture your soul, you deserve to have down times.
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Consider seeking professional help from a therapist or counselor who specializes in trauma. Therapy provides a safe space to explore your emotions and develop coping strategies. Not everyone has access to therapy, via financially and/or location, but there are other resources you coul...
“Life is partly what we make it, and partly what it is made by the friends we choose."
Healing from childhood trauma is unique to each person. Be patient with yourself and celebrate small victories along the way. It's a journey of self-discovery and growth, not perfection.
"Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes."
Surround yourself with supportive, trustworthy people. Building and maintaining positive relationships can be a crucial part of healing. Easier said than done, but remember you are not alone
The start of a journey to heal from childhood trauma is a brave endeavor. The pain and scars from the past can be challenging, but with time and self-compassion, it is possible to find a path to recovery or at least the start of loving yourself just a bit more
Explore practices like yoga, meditation, or mindfulness, this will help you to be okay with being in your head calmly. They can also help you reconnect with your body, release tension, and ground yourself in the present.
Begin to recognize and name your emotions, do research if you can't fully describe it yourself. Often finding articles or blogs of how others are feeling can help you find a better way of understanding of how you feel. Journaling can help as well. Understanding what triggers your trau...
Start by acknowledging your pain and being kind to yourself. Understand that healing takes time, and it's okay to feel the way you do. Practice self-compassion, like you would towards a friend in pain
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It's important to have healthy coping skills to deal with uncomfortable emotions.
Emotional self-care may include activities that help you acknowledge and express your feelings on a regular basis.
Self-care is the constant repetition of habits, which together ward off exhaustion and keep you at your optimum— physically, and mentally.
The best way to do this is to implement tiny self-care habits every day. To regularly include in your life a little bit of love and at...
Resilience requires energy, so make sure you’re refueling with regularly-scheduled self-care activities.
Exercising, eating right, sleeping well, and creating time for personal development are a few ways to energize yourself.
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