It Doesn’t Hurt, It Hurts All the Time
What if we thought of emotional trauma the way we do physical: as a wide class of wounds whose healing is unpredictable, whose scars take different forms?
I guess this is my life forever now, and maybe it always was.
Psychological Review traumata,
unreasonably get out, take a walk, just take one walk a day, my daily walk keeps me saneI don’t get it, is everyone else insane
stop thinking about it, stop thinking, stop doing anything. extremely
having a panic attack
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