A comprehensive listing, yes, but even so, still not exhaustive of all the work done by dissociative trauma survivors.
Healing takes a LOT of work.
There’s no wonder it’s so time-consuming.
This article is one of the very first posts written on Discussing Dissociation.
There are many new readers of this blog since those early days, so it’s good to keep it visible.
Even though this post has been around for a long time, the concepts describing dissociative healing work still apply, and will continue to apply for years to come.
I certainly hope this article is helpful, and of course, I wish you the very best in your healing journey.
Oh, and remember, if you need any personalized assistance with any these 50 Treatment Issues, please consider:
Healing is a long road… but you are worth it, and you can do it.
- My 100 Strengths, as Said by a Group of Dissociative Trauma Survivors
- Dual Mask – A Picture of Dissociative Identity Disorder
- Discussing Dissociation, Five Years Later
- Saddest Little Bear Dissoci-ACTION Story Pack
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