Healing From Complex Trauma & PTSD/CPTSD

A journey to healing from complex trauma.

My insight and discernment into others, validated. Again.


I can discern when people have narcissistic and sociopathic traits. I can spot it easily. My red flag detector is highly accurate.

This has been proven yet again, by me detecting – from the other side of the world – a man who is a liar, bully and high level traits that indicate to me he capable of much harm.

This also shows my capacity to ‘not let it go’ is needed, when it comes to these people.

People who ‘let it go’ do so for their own needs. To give themselves an easy life.

Whereas, I have integrity and strength to not let it go – not when other people are going to get hurt.

I have the courage to stand up to them and do something about it.

Out of 1000’s of people who only knew this man via the internet, very few worked him out. I was one of them. I worked him out quickly.

And was then cyber stalked, harassed, by him and all his apath followers. And they were all wrong. They made a decision to not believe me and I received a load of hassle, bullying, back from them as a result.

This has happened several times in my life. And each of these times, I have been deeply hurt.

1. It happened when a psychopath went to prison. I went through massive trauma due to the court case. I got hassle and abuse from people who wanted to not believe me. But, the police 100% believed me. The jury and judge believed me. Validation.

2. It happened in work, when two people were being bullies and committing acts of fraud. Other people stuck up for them and I got harassment. But, my boss believed me, investigated and they were caught committing fraud and got sacked. My boss and all those involved in the investigation believed me. Validation.

3. It’s happened with an abusive church minster and his wife. Lies, abuse, masses of people all not believing me. And I knew the investigation was dodgy, and I was right – because there were lies in the report. Lies about others, not just me. It was total cover up and corruption and many people are being lied to, still. But, there are a few who know this investigation was corrupt. They know I was abused, bullied, lied to, lied about. So I have validation.

4. And now it’s happened with a man who very few realised was a liar, fraud, and stalking people like me. But the police have arrested him for 5 counts of fraud – so they must have enough evidence to do that. Validation.

I don’t lie.

I tell the truth.

I do stand up to liars/abusers/fakes.

And I always get a shed load of fucking abuse and masses of hurt, while doing it.

People should not question my discernment, or my motives.

They are proven, repeatedly, to be accurate and good.

But, people are weak, they always believe what suits them.

And few understand my discernment, my insight, my motivations, my heart.

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

2 thoughts on “My insight and discernment into others, validated. Again.

  1. This is a good trait because it makes you a truth-teller, a whistleblower. And when we expose abusers, we are opened up to abuse because they want it to stay quiet….But truth-tellers are needed.

    • Thank you ❤

      Yes, my honesty and integrity have come in very useful in dealing with these types of people. It takes courage to do this – but we need to.

      I have had abuse in return each time – but despite that – I would do it all again – in every case.

      The truth must always be known.