Healing From Complex Trauma & PTSD/CPTSD

A journey to healing from complex trauma.

I cannot wait to get back on my facebook page and sort out issues occurring.

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I am currently not able to log in to my facebook page, as my internet is down and I cannot remember my password.

There is someone giving limited, therefore, inappropriate advice, throwing around the ‘I am a licensed professional’ weight around, which means nothing to me. When I get back on there hopefully tomorrow this person will be gone. If she is a professional she can go set up her own page, not hijack mine.

And yes Nefertari White, I do mean you. If you are reading this, please quit hijacking my page, unlike it and stop giving bad advice.

There are also some supposed ‘forgiveness experts’ speaking unwisely too, who need to be quiet.

Forgiveness does NOT cure PTSD.

I know this from personal experience and also as a converted, real Christian.

These unwise people swoop in, when they have the opportunity.

For any community members reading this, I am not ignoring you, I am unable to comment at the moment, but I hopefully will be able to tomorrow. These wordpress blogs automatically link onto my facebook and twitter.

Please ignore any comments from others pushing limited, unwise views, until I can sort it out.

 

Anyone with any insight into complex trauma and PTSD would know NOT to force the highly emotive issue of
forgiveness, especially to sufferers on the internet, who are not known and no-one knows where they are at in their healing.

Anyone pushing forgiveness over the internet is very unwise and potentially damaging already traumatised people.

I know this, because I am insighftful and I do not wish to hurt anyone.

Which is wisdom and compassion. Something too many so called professionals do not possess.

Author: Healing From Complex Trauma & PTSD/CPTSD

I am a survivor of complex and multiple trauma and abuse, who at the age of 40, began my healing journey. I am using my journey to recovery and healing, to help others, to help survivors feel less alone, validated, encouraged and to enable others to understand themselves more. Complex trauma, particularly from severe, prolonged childhood abuse, is profoundly life changing. Complex trauma produces complex adults. The journey to recovery is a painful, often lonely, emotional daily challenge and it is my aim to encourage others in their daily battle. ~ Lilly Hope Lucario

3 thoughts on “I cannot wait to get back on my facebook page and sort out issues occurring.

  1. Can you reset your password, Lilly?
    Don’t worry, anyone who knows your page well, is ignoring the rubbish 😉
    I hope your internet issue can be solved quickly 🙂
    Thinking of you, take care ♥

    • Thank you Judy, I am worried that the so called therapist banging on about forgiveness on the post pinned at the top of the page is harming people.

      So harmful to people when we don’t know where they are at, whether still in contact with abusers, whether they are suicidal etc

      Insight and empathy are needed to realise this and that person lacks this completey.

      I also have forgotten the email password I use for my page, so cannot change the facebook password. The passwords are stored in my laptop, which I cannot use at the mo. I’m using my hubby’s phone internet on his tablet.

      Hopefully my phoneline and my internet will be working tomorrow!

      Lesson learned in storing passwords somewhere!

  2. You are a person who as my whole support in your stance to an issue where inappropriate advice of forgiveness is best left to the individuals who want to project that thought upon others. If these type of people can relate to forgiveness within their own interpretation of their thoughts/opinions/views/faiths/beliefs they can either retain those ideas for themselves or for others who want to share their same advice or comments. Forgiveness belongs to a disillusioned inanimate world, this ideology has had a detrimental perception in society and definitely does not have a connection with individuals relating to traumatic personal experiences or events.