Tags » Trauma & Recovery

First off, I want to thank another blogger for linking this article. I’ve never really put too much thought into my inner world, meaning I never really thought it was something strange that others (singlets) didn’t have. 518 more words

Dissociative Identity Disorder

Meetup for Austin Relaxation Explorers is Feb. 21 at AOMA

If you are interested in deepening your relaxation abilities, and you live in the Austin, Texas, area, there’s a new meetup designed for people like you.  178 more words

Austin

The Dream of Connection

One day in high school, my English teacher showed us a short film that stuck with me. I don’t remember the name of it. I don’t even remember much of the plot, but I remember a few images and the emotions they inspired like it was yesterday rather than 30 years ago. 1,593 more words

Romance & Relationships

A Meaningful Valentine's Day

Today was a good day. A little sad, perhaps, but good. Of course it’s Valentine’s Day, which is difficult for most single or heartbroken people, but it’s also two other things for me: 647 more words

Sex

Resurfacing

Trigger warning: CSA


My head has been in a dark place lately. All of the older alters, meaning Elijah, Adam, and myself have been dragged down by the weight of our trauma. 527 more words

Dissociative Identity Disorder

Transforming Grace

I’m not one of those people who have an absolute favorite season. Each one holds a sense of awe that I expectantly await as that season approaches. 561 more words

YOUR BODY DOESN’T HATE YOU

Do you hate your body? Are you upset with what it feels, how it reacts  and how it moves? This blog is about trauma and eating disorders, and one aspect in how they are linked together. 493 more words

Eating Disorders