Healing From Complex Trauma & PTSD/CPTSD

A journey to healing from complex trauma.


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An apology to my followers. I make a lot of mistakes writing.

I realise I make a lot of little mistakes, when writing. Typo’s, missed words, spelling mistakes etc.

I can double proof read something I have written, and it will have mistakes in it.

I do realise, it must be annoying to some people.

An apology to my community and followers….


I apologise for the mistakes in my writing. I realise I make mistakes frequently.

The severely traumatised brain, often does not pick up on typo’s, missing words, especially when overwhelmed, tired, stressed.

I can double check something over before I post it, and still end up with mistakes. Even really obvious mistakes.

Please bear with me.

Lilly

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‘Labelling’ behaviours as wrong & having discernment… are wisdom.

Being labelled or considered ‘judgmental’ – is often considered wrong and unkind. Many in society are pushing judgment, to be socially and morally unacceptable.
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Yet, there is a huge difference between discerning behaviours as wrong…. and judging and condemning the person.
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No matter what society is pushing, no matter what is considered socially ‘acceptable’……… having wise discernment and judging harmful, toxic behaviours as wrong ….. is wise and healthy.
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But, these days, people are so concerned with
being labelled ‘judgmental’
they are forgetting how to develop
healthy discernment and good judgment.
~ Lilly Hope Lucario
I don’t give in to society pressure, or what many are pushing, that I see very clearly, is very unwise.
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I am often controversial, in not following along like a sheep. Because I consider and think about things to a deeper level and see the bigger picture.
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And I am someone willing and able to look at my own behaviours and honestly discern if they are okay, or not.
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I am not someone who tells others, not to ‘judge’ another’s actions, so people won’t judge mine. Which is the motivation behind a lot of the people who talk about not ‘judging’ another. They just don’t want their own actions judged. They don’t want to reflect on their own behaviours and motivations.
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I don’t care whether someone wants to consider me to be the one who is wrong, for pointing our harmful behaviours.
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I don’t care if people label me judgmental.
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When someone has toxic, unhealthy, harmful behaviours – it is absolutely necessary, to discern that as wrong. And to point it out, and not accept or enable that behaviour.
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It does not make you kind and nicer, or make you a better person…. to ignore harmful behaviours.
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It is reckless and unwise.

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