I have self insight and a capacity to work out what is going on in my subconscious thoughts, as well as conscious.
It is not common. I am aware, most people are not insightful, or courageous, or honest enough, to explore the inner workings of their subconscious, and evaluate the behaviours that come from this.
Such honesty and courage, to share this, with others, is not common either. I do this, at the risk of ridicule of others. So be it. It’s not like I am not used to ridicule, having endured it all my life.
I am aware I do not need to be ashamed of this.
The reasons for this, are not my doing, not my blame, or shame. That belongs to the people who caused this. To those who abused me so badly.
Sharing all I learn about myself, helps others.
I’ve had no-one most of my life, who understands me, cares enough to be there for ‘me’. I want to reach out to others. Bless others, where I can.
Added to this, this blog was Re-tweeted by;
Dr Mike Peirce MBE – I am the CEO of the Southmead Project – addressing the impact of child abuse trauma and correlation with self-harm including misuse of drugs and alcohol