So I’m noticing a cycle. I soar into something wonderful – a new capacity or skill or realisation. Life is wonderful, almost ecstatic. Then I find myself grounding and trying to integrate the new experience with my life and ideas and past. 576 more words
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I guess it’s good that I can’t recall the nightmares I have after I awaken from them; they are bad enough to often already have me in tears upon waking for the first time for the day – and I don’t mean like a few little snuffles either – I mean like full-blown… 66 more words
For the first time in the two years since losing my job I have felt able to apply for another. The way my last job ended, where I got pushed out by my boss for needing a couple of days off work due to mental health problems, really knocked my confidence. 303 more words
In my last post, I talked about how increased regulation in my nervous system was a key factor in some really big changes for me. I mentioned that it helped me stop relying on sugar, but it also was part of reducing fatigue, anxiety and depression. 320 more words
As Phase 3 ends, it's time for Phase 4: Continuing in the Community (Trauma Recovery for East African Refugees in San Diego)
The moon stays bright when it doesn’t avoid the night.
Have you been tracking recent developments in the region of eastern Africa?661 more words