Adversity & support · complex ptsd · mental health · Mental illness · recovery · Resilience · self care · Uncategorized

World Mental Health Day

Mental illness has always been a part of my life. Whether it is through my own personal journey, through my family’s or watching friends struggle. Although I haven’t been writing on here much, mental health will always remain a very important cause that I will always talk about. It is crucial for anybody struggling with… Continue reading World Mental Health Day

Adversity & support · Child abuse · complex ptsd · Domestic abuse · Dysfuntional relationships · Emotional abuse · grief · Mental illness · Narcissistic abuse · Narcissistic abuse syndrome · recovery · Resilience · self care · Uncategorized

Healing from abuse

The sad thing about healing from abuse is that many people who haven’t themselves been abused, can’t possibly understand the survivor’s journey. Healing from abuse is unique to each individual who has experienced it. The survivor will be emotionally damaged and/or physically hurt and unfortunately this damage is sometimes irreversible. Abuse leaves behind scars unique… Continue reading Healing from abuse

Adversity & support · complex ptsd · Domestic abuse · Dysfuntional relationships · Mental illness · Narcissistic abuse · Narcissistic abuse syndrome · recovery · self care · Trauma Bonding & Love addiction · Uncategorized

The narcissist’s vortex

Being in a relationship with a narcissist, whether that is a family member or partner, is like constantly being sucked into a vortex with no escape. Every time you think you are getting somewhere, you get sucked in deeper and deeper. Your confidence is constantly eroded, you start doubting your feelings and logic and the… Continue reading The narcissist’s vortex

Highly sensitive person · Self-reflection & self-awareness

HSP-The Highly Sensitive Person

  People who are highly sensitive are born that way; it is not something that is learned. The scientific term for high sensitivity is “sensory-processing sensitivity” (SPS). Highly sensitive people have the following traits: They feel more deeply. They’re more emotionally reactive. They’re probably used to hearing “Why are you so sensitive?” Highly sensitive people… Continue reading HSP-The Highly Sensitive Person