It’s soon to be Easter weekend, one of the most difficult weekends for many dissociative trauma survivors.
Please know that I am thinking of you.
There are several Easter-related articles on this blog. Please use the search feature to search through the years to find the different articles written specifically for a time like this.
Make preparations and plans ahead of time that will help you get through this week as easily as possible. You can make this the safest and calmest Easter weekend you’ve ever had.
What do you need to do now to make it easier for you and your insiders in a few days from now?
There is much to learn — many ways to help your insiders. Read the Related Articles listed below to help with your overall healing.
Detailed, intense DID System Work done during the most emotional and difficult times of the year can lead to incredible steps in your healing. Use those painful triggers to your advantage — let them help guide you to the internal system areas where your insiders need help and healing. Yes, you are hurting, right now. Your system is hurting, right now. So use the realness of your pain to build greater understanding and bonding within yourselves and your system.
Don’t just hurt without doing your system work. It does hurt — I’m so sorry it hurts — but help those who feel the rawness of it still happening.
Use the triggers to PROGRESS in your healing. Maximize the troubles you are feeling by finding ways to comfort the others inside, and to address the conflicts and confusion they are feeling.
I wish the best for you all in your healing journey.
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