5 Obvious Signs We’re still Living with Trauma.


Trauma is hard to dissect.

Not only is it difficult to understand, but it’s also difficult to acknowledge its presence.

It takes work, patience, and lots of failures to grasp the unhealthy dynamics that have been preventing us from having normal relationships — with ourselves and others.




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