Sexually Abused by my father. Raped as a young adult.
This is my story.
I do. Put your feet on the ground. Barefoot. Preferably grass or a very fuzzy rug. Sand if you can find it. Wiggle your toes. I know it's stupid but sometimes it works for me. Sometimes it doesn't. But sometimes it does.
Hi, Survivor. I went back to the old blog. I have stumbled across some good information and I put links up in my post. Maybe something in there could help with the overall situation. For stress management in particular, I find making lists helps me. It's hard for me to be organized sometimes and that creates a lot of stress for me. When I keep lists of things that need doing and I check them off as I go, it makes me feel under less pressure for some of the everyday things.
Deep breaths. Hang in there
teddy find a teddy, join a gym, and inlist in a weekly massage
Breath deeply.Think of only good things.Surround yourself with beauty, nature and all things soothing.
Writing helps.I love to find a truly understanding friend and vent.I love an aromatherapy massage with a bit of energy work.I love the scent of lavender...very calming.I watch inspirational movies about women beating the odds, even having lived through horror.I love music and lighting candles.The other thing is going to a belly dancing class. It helps me be present in my body. That is only once a week but I feel the Goddess all week.
Hey, as a fellow survivor, sometimes it's nicer to turn the brain off for a while, whether that is watching TV or gardening. Either that or I bury myself in work and try to not think about my feelings too deeply until I'm alone and have a better chance to deal.I hope it gets better.
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