Healing From Complex Trauma & PTSD/CPTSD

A journey to healing from complex trauma.

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Some humour that made me giggle….. gotta laugh when you can :)

Since going on a combo of meds over the last 3 years, to help manage my severe PTSD/Complex PTSD symptoms….I’ve put on weight. Two of the meds were ones most people gain weight with, and since being medication free for about 9 months now…… I still haven’t lost the weight. I would like to lose about 5 kilo’s, but it won’t shift. And now I have physical health issues and pain, hindering exercise.

So this amused me…. 🙂

With some things, it is appropriate to find a little humour. And I do 🙂



I choose to speak up for the innocent & the ones who do deserve the compassion.

child protection

I choose to speak up for the innocent, those who did not have a ‘choice’ about being abused, those who had their childhood’s stolen in the worst ways possible.

It is ethics and social justice to speak up for the innocent.

If we don’t speak up for our vulnerable children, we don’t stand for much.

Offenders had choices. They made choices to hurt and harm children, and they could have chosen not to. Most of them never have any remorse, and many do it repeatedly, because they lack any conscience, empathy or remorse.

And those who defend them, make excuses for them, rationalise what they do, enable them, justify what they do, are as guilty as the offenders themselves.

We live in a victim blaming/shaming society. In an offender protecting/enabling society. A sick society.

No-one ever deserves to be abused. No-one ever deserves to be sexually abused. Especially children.

Society needs to stop defending people who choose to harm others, and start making them far more responsible for their actions, have far more appropriate jail time, and start supporting the victims. Continue reading