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The Conscious Way

No, You Are Not Responsible For Your Trauma

But you are responsible for your healing.

Photo by Keenan Constance on Unsplash

When we first become aware of our own trauma, we feel shocked, terrified and enlightened at the same time.

Shocked because the thought of being a traumatized person had never crossed our minds before. Terrified because we have no idea of what to do with this new awareness. Enlightened because…

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All things love, mental health and self-awareness

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