Healing From Complex Trauma & PTSD/CPTSD

A journey to healing from complex trauma.

It is wonderful to see all the many amazing professionals, clinicians, advocates for mental health, abuse, child abuse.

1 Comment

Dealing with so much pain, grieving, fear, and processing of my severe trauma past, means I am prone to fixating on the darker sides of life and those who cause it, and not finding/seeing that balance of the all the good that so many in this world – are doing.

I’m not going to ‘beat myself up’ about my deeper awareness of the darker sides of humanity, because there are profound reasons. Reasons you don’t just ‘get over’. And grieving trauma to the severity I have endured, is very painful.

But, I do try to see all the many good people, the many working hard, with empathy and compassion, all collectively helping many and doing such needed work.

Social media, I have realised, is a place where such good, can be done. Twitter, is a platform I find more inspiring and where I see more amazing work being shared, and compassion being offered  by many, than via Facebook.

Today, due to Twitter – I have added two amazing people/organisations to my Website. I am inspired and so thankful for their continual work, doing good, and I have deep gratitude for all they do and I’ve let them know this.

I like to share and promote the vital work so many others are doing, do my little part to support them in the way I am capable, via my Website, social media.

I think I am going to revamp my Website soon, and have these professionals, clinicians, and advocates etc, more at the forefront of my Website, because I know they offer so much and this is important to me – for those visiting my Website – to gain as much help, education and support as possible.

There are so many doing such amazing work out there. I must keep remembering and be mindful of this.

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

One thought on “It is wonderful to see all the many amazing professionals, clinicians, advocates for mental health, abuse, child abuse.

  1. It is very difficult to heal from complex abuse stemming from early childhood; of how one gets imprinted (setup) to be ignorant of the true self. It has been devastating to not have connection to human being and truth but to falseness and inhumane. One becomes tagged for abusers – a lifelong betrayal and a loneliness and despair that are a bottomless depth. It is a wonder that anyone survives it at all, I can not imagine how I have, short of a miracle. I remember others who were abandoned and abused who could not endure and took their own lives. I am sorry for those who did take their own lives, I wished I could have helped them. I have come to realize it has been so difficult to help myself. The abuser, for the past almost 30 years, has been the sickest one ever to come across – just will not leave me alone. It is hard to fathom any human being capable of being so inhuman, insane and vicious. I guess that is why so many people laugh with him at his lies about me, it is unimaginable a reality of such horribleness exists. What perverted things he has done. I am confused and really do not know what to do – he just gets more evil all the time. He is a coward, yet I fear his murderous lust.