A viewers response to therapies!

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“I have had a lot of different trauma therapy from “expert” psychologist. Two caused psychotic breaks. I have a therapist now that is very gentle and takes it step by step not rushing anything but dealing only with what is naturally coming up. this is taking a long time but I am having progress. I have another therapist that wants to do hypnosis with me with a horse present. She thinks this will cure my panic at working in a few sessions. My current therapist is thinking no. From where I stand, gentle and respectful goes a long way in healing childhood and adult trauma.”
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Congratulations, you have not given up, have not stopped trying after set backs. This trait maybe the most important for healing long term.
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My advice: Keep it simple. One therapy and therapist at a time.
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We become diluted trying multiple solutions. Healing can be simple, not easy.
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Healing does not only happen on the therapist couch but during regular waking hours.
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Learn to focus on your breath and let go of judgment.
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You will heal by not thinking about your trauma, by letting go of thought and emotional trauma.
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Dissociation is your biggest enemy. Leaving this present moment to think and judge life brings suffering.
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Also, aerobic exercise can move the mind when it is frozen, depleting cortisol, bringing positive energy and success.
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Movement, action is closer to life, being sedentary, avoiding closer to death and suffering.
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Results are above our pay grade, attitude and effort our only concerns.
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