Healing From Complex Trauma & PTSD/CPTSD

A journey to healing from complex trauma.


Paris extremist terrorist attacks…….. and cue the racism.

I am an advocate against all forms of abuse. This includes racism.

I’ve already been linked on twitter to a racist post, stating ‘Muslim rampage’. So that person has been blocked.

These terrorist attacks, do not represent all Muslim people and I do not ‘generalise’ all Muslims in the way so many racist people do.

Racism, homophobia, and all other forms of abuse, are not condoned, enabled or excused by me.

I will also add, I fully believe terrorists have no religion, just hatred and a desire to do evil.

I am a Christian & I do have every right to judge those who intentionally abused me & enjoyed it.

For those who claim we can ‘never judge’, that is incorrect and we do indeed have the right to judge people who intentionally and consciously abused us and caused us much suffering.
Just/Right judgment, is necessary. And the Bible confirms this.

This link gives a good explanation of why judging is necessary.


Healing From Complex Trauma & PTSD/CPTSD

There is a really big demand within church people and within secular society, to not ‘judge’ anyone. And those who do ‘judge’ abusers, are deemed to be wrong.

My abusers all intentionally abused me. It was planned, deliberate, repeated abuse. They hid it, lied about it, denied it and tried their best to silence me. They made me suffer considerably.

The term ‘judgment’ gets a bad rap. Especially for church people who use that term for anything negative said about anyone, which is bizarre.

Judging someone, is not saying you are condemning them. It does not imply you are wanting bad to happen to them. It does not imply you want them to suffer back. It does not imply you are hating them.

It is simply saying ‘what you did was wrong, the acts of abuse you made decisions and choices to commit – are evil. I did not deserve them and…

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