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Your Trauma Can Make You Cruel, But There is Freedom in Forgiveness

trauma, rage, narcissistic abuse, social media bullying
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How Trauma Victims Act Out

As we heal from our trauma, we learn many new words and phrases like gaslighting, narcissism, and trigger. It’s freeing to name the uncomfortable feelings rooted in our gut for so long. It’s as if a light has been shed on our darkest places. We begin to see that we weren’t the problem after all.

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Jennifer Cross

Jennifer Cross

Published author writing to inspire others to find the best in themselves and heal the parts that are broken.

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