Treating Trauma by Dr. Kathleen Young is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
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Each trauma survivor, no matter what their past and current struggles, has strengths very worth acknowledging. Continue reading
How do you love yourself when you have been abused and betrayed? You can learn to love yourself in the ways you needed but did not receive as a child. Here are some practical ideas for practicing self-love. Continue reading
Forgiveness after trauma is only one path to healing. Forced forgiveness can actually be harmful rather than healing. Actively choosing to not forgive an abuser can also be part of recovering from abuse. Continue reading