#ptsd Complex Trauma


Navigating trauma can be a challenging and complex process, but it is possible to work through it with the help of various resources and strategies. Here are some tips that may be helpful:

  1. Seek professional help: Trauma can have a profound impact on your mental and physical health. Seeking help from a mental health professional can provide you with the support and guidance you need to navigate your trauma.
  2. Practice self-care: Engage in activities that help you feel relaxed and calm. This may include exercising, meditating, taking a relaxing bath, or spending time in nature.
  3. Connect with supportive people: Talking to trusted friends, family members, or support groups can help you feel less alone and provide a sense of validation.
  4. Journaling: Writing about your feelings and experiences can help you process and make sense of what happened.
  5. Mindfulness practices: Engage in mindfulness practices such as meditation, deep breathing, or yoga to help you stay present and manage difficult emotions.
  6. Avoid numbing behaviors: While it may be tempting to engage in behaviors that help you avoid your feelings, such as substance abuse or overeating, these behaviors may ultimately worsen your symptoms and prolong your healing.

Remember that healing from trauma is a unique and individual process, and there is no “right” way to navigate it. Be patient and kind to yourself, and know that with time and support, healing is possible.

CBT Counseling & Therapy EMDR Linda C J Turner NLP Recovery

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