Traumatic childhood events and energy fields leave lasting imprints coloring our present perceptions/reactions in Complex PTSD. This post graphically expresses what goes on for someone in the grip of it.
Guest Blog Article by Erin J. Erin is the mom to seven awesome kids, three homegrown and four born in her heart. Five of her children have varying degrees of learning disabilities and special needs. She blogs about their life at www.enteringtheborderland.blogspot.com.
I can feel it coming on. The anxiety creeping up on me all day. I don’t even know why I’m anxious. I just know I am and I can feel myself nearing my threshold. I try to explain it to my husband when he gets home from work.
“I’m having a hard time.”
I can’t get out what it actually feels like to be in my brain. He asks me why? What do I think is making me feel this way? I’m not sure exactly. I am sure whatever it is probably will not seem like a big deal to anyone else. The “big deal”…
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