How can I speed up trauma healing?
When trauma affects your memories, emotional health, and identity, narrative therapy provides an opportunity to understand events and begin healing. It may seem like something so trivial in moments of stress and anxiety, but the familiarity of brewing and drinking a cup of tea can help by simply reminding those affected by a traumatic event that normal life is still happening around them. A number of factors, such as your gender, age, ethnic background, sexual orientation, and religion, can influence how you respond to this trauma. I believe that only if we free them from them will space be created in which new, more positive feelings can gather.
How do you heal yourself from emotional trauma?
By Ariane Resnick, CNC Ariane Resnick, CNC is a mental health writer, certified dietician, and wellness writer who is committed to accessibility and inclusivity. First and foremost, overcoming trauma means wanting to heal and being ready to accept help and support. Self-care done in moderation can provide an opportunity for healing as it offsets the pain of trauma. Because you allow yourself to feel and feel more, you are able to understand the concept of the inner child.
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