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It didn’t take long for spirtual abuse from ‘Christians’ about mental health being ‘demons’.

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It didn’t take long with all the news about Robin Williams, for the spiritual abusers to come out, to play.

Just had a religious person on Twitter – spiritually abuse me with their Bible quoting at me that mental health is ‘demons’, Bible bashing at me with a verse from Ephesians to support their abusive needs.

They really need to learn to shut up.

They actually believe they are Jesus some of these people. Unbelievable.

They can be so abusive and they don’t care – no empathy. Just a sense of entitlement to say what they believe and hurt people all the more.

If you want avoid this abusive person on Twitter, they are @thehealinghug

I had to tell them to stop messaging me – because they kept on – as these abusive types do.

These religious people need to educate themselves with Christian psychology and neuroscience and STOP abusing people.

Just shut up.

Of course these pathetic people have deleted their comments, but I had already screen dumped. This is two of them.

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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

4 thoughts on “It didn’t take long for spirtual abuse from ‘Christians’ about mental health being ‘demons’.

  1. Oh my goodness!! I am so over people like this! Mental illness is NOT a demon!!! A week ago my brother who suffers from sever mental illness tried to kill himself! I dare any of these people to try and throw their fake paraphrased scripture at me or anyone I love! People think they can take little snippets of scripture and “make it so” it’s ridiculous! If they have to use paraphrasing to prove your point they are NOT using scripture they are simply using whats convenient NOT whats true thus it is false and maybe they have a demon!! Sorry if I came across angry. I am so overwhelmed right not and people like this just make me so angry! God bless you my beautiful sister!

    • Thank you my beautiful sister in Christ – I am angry too and it is needed anger, so please don’t feel you need to apologise.

      I am so sorry your brother tried to end his life, I know his pain and I will pray for him and for you. It is a painful place for him and for those who love him ❤

      Anytime you need to vent, you know you are welcome here, because you and I share many similar beliefs and spiritual progression ❤

      Quite frankly I am so sick of all these abusive religious people, and their Bible bashing.

      It is so abusive to refer to mental health as demons, and it upsets me so much how much spiritual abuse goes on, in the name of God.

      I hate it – and you know we are meant to hate it. I don't hate the people but I will tell them what they are doing is abuse and they need to stop.

      Spiritual abuse goes on far too much, especially in right wing, conservative, fundamentalist type churches and I am disgusted by it.

      It offends my soul and I see the bigger picture of all these vulnerable people with mental health illness/disorders, all getting abused by these people and my heart just breaks for them.

      Thank you for sharing and your support in this and your obvious righteous anger, which I share with you.

      God Bless you and your brother and much love to you both ❤ ❤

      • Thank you my sweet sister! I don’t know what I would do without you! I feel bad I know you have your own issues it’s not like you need my burden as well. You are such a source of strength and wisdom for me! I am grateful God blessed me with a friend like you! It’s hard to find someone who shares in our beliefs like we do. So many people would rather conform and accept the abuse instead of standing up, then with people like you and I we either make them angry or scared. Either way they close their hearts to us because we make them uncomfortable! God bless you endlessly my beautiful sister!!! Lots of love and hugs coming your way!

  2. Wow, this reminds me of my EX friend. She had a friend (that she claimed wasn’t her friend but she called her and acted friendly… *boggle*) that was bipolar and on meds. She claimed this friend had demons inside her and went on and on about it. Then apparently she invited the friend over one day and the friend’s demons left her body (well some) and spent the next year trying to attack my ex friend. Made the house haunted etc. etc.

    Last thing I heard from this EX friend is I was in a situation where I saw an old disabled lady be mentally abused and neglected and was told that it wasn’t the abuser’s fault, it was other’s fault because they did not pray enough for the abuser to change. Then the old lady died suddenly under mysterious circumstances. I never talked to that friend again. It sickened me.