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  • What is peace? - He asked.
"Fragrance of soil after the first rain with tea, snacks with loved ones" - I replied with a big smile 😊 
#snack #tea #teaandsnacks #teatime #tealover #addiction #teaaddict #addicted #evening #chailove #chai #chaitea #chaiandme #eveningtea #foodphotography #foodporn #foodie #foodstagram #foodblogger #foodies #foodiesofinstagram #food #foods #foodlovers #foodblog #teavillacafe #vimannagar #punecity #puneblogger #punekars
  • What is peace? - He asked.
    "Fragrance of soil after the first rain with tea, snacks with loved ones" - I replied with a big smile 😊
    #snack #tea #teaandsnacks #teatime #tealover #addiction #teaaddict #addicted #evening #chailove #chai #chaitea #chaiandme #eveningtea #foodphotography #foodporn #foodie #foodstagram #foodblogger #foodies #foodiesofinstagram #food #foods #foodlovers #foodblog #teavillacafe #vimannagar #punecity #puneblogger #punekars

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  • સાહેબ અમારી 😎 મોજ માં જ એટલો નશો છે કે , બીજા કોઈ ✌નશા ની જરૂર નથી પડતી....👑👍. .
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#satu👑😈 #pet #pets #patel #goodmorning #good #goodnight #goodfood #anime #animals #me #proudmom #ladygaga #super #superstar #bye #lavender #levis #nike #addiction #canon #canon #cat  #dogsofinstagram#rowing #happytime
  • સાહેબ અમારી 😎 મોજ માં જ એટલો નશો છે કે , બીજા કોઈ ✌નશા ની જરૂર નથી પડતી....👑👍. .
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    #satu👑😈 #pet #pets #patel #goodmorning #good #goodnight #goodfood #anime #animals #me #proudmom #ladygaga #super #superstar #bye #lavender #levis #nike #addiction #canon #canon #cat #dogsofinstagram#rowing #happytime

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  • Ihr Barista_alberto wünscht euch alle einen schönen Sonntag mit einen schönen Espresso macchiato, und einen Cornetto alla Crema di pasticciera  Ciao amici ☕️🥐😋😋😋🙌 #dolcevita #coffee#barista #cappuccino #espresso #goodlife #vsco #coffelover #coffeetime #coffeebreak #lattegram #iphone #art #kunst #kaffee #instagram #igers #happy #likeforlike #germany #italy #happy #coffeeshop #coffeeart #coffeeporn #coffeehouse #addiction #passion #dailybloggerm
  • Ihr Barista_alberto wünscht euch alle einen schönen Sonntag mit einen schönen Espresso macchiato, und einen Cornetto alla Crema di pasticciera Ciao amici ☕️🥐😋😋😋🙌 #dolcevita #coffee #barista #cappuccino #espresso #goodlife #vsco #coffelover #coffeetime #coffeebreak #lattegram #iphone #art #kunst #kaffee #instagram #igers #happy #likeforlike #germany #italy #happy #coffeeshop #coffeeart #coffeeporn #coffeehouse #addiction #passion #dailybloggerm

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  • Daily update number 10
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Yesterday was the first birthday I've had in a very long time which was alcohol free!
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I woke up feeling great today and went for a run ❤️
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I'm not saying I won't drink ever again but its great to re-evaluate my relationship with alcohol and see why I'm using it 💯
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#alcoholexperiment #soberaf #mybirthday
  • Daily update number 10
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    Yesterday was the first birthday I've had in a very long time which was alcohol free!
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    I woke up feeling great today and went for a run ❤️
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    I'm not saying I won't drink ever again but its great to re-evaluate my relationship with alcohol and see why I'm using it 💯
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    #alcoholexperiment #soberaf #mybirthday

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  • Sunday Homework: Google this video and watch it > A TRIBUTE TO DR. VINCENT FELITTI
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Pass this along. I like to post this tribute a few times a year so it gets more play time. .
.  All people interested in mental health, addiction, depression, and chronic illness MUST understand and know this research intimately 🙏.
  • Sunday Homework: Google this video and watch it > A TRIBUTE TO DR. VINCENT FELITTI
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    Pass this along. I like to post this tribute a few times a year so it gets more play time. .
    . All people interested in mental health, addiction, depression, and chronic illness MUST understand and know this research intimately 🙏.

  •  6  1  19 minutes ago
  • Blu Babyz...💙💙
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#car #bike #superbikes #mod. #modified #r15 #r15v3 #alto #beauty #beautiful #vandipranthan #vandipranthanmar #toy #bikers #cars #addiction #yamaha #suzuki #mine #r15holic #yamahamotorindonesia #motorcycle  #superbikers #ride #ridesafe #photoshoot #picoftheday #pictureoftheday #photooftheday #photoofthedays
  • Blu Babyz...💙💙
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    #car #bike #superbikes #mod. #modified #r15 #r15v3 #alto #beauty #beautiful #vandipranthan #vandipranthanmar #toy #bikers #cars #addiction #yamaha #suzuki #mine #r15holic #yamahamotorindonesia #motorcycle #superbikers #ride #ridesafe #photoshoot #picoftheday #pictureoftheday #photooftheday #photoofthedays

  •  52  3  26 minutes ago
  • Price for order :100$ 
heel height:5cm 
Materiaal: Satin 
#shoes #addiction
  • Price for order :100$
    heel height:5cm
    Materiaal: Satin
    #shoes #addiction

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  • Hahahahahah! Love yourself first, so you know what you deserve! 
#sobriety #sober #recovery #soberlife #soberliving #addiction #alcoholfree #alcoholicsanonymous #sobrietyrocks #recovery #mentalhealth #fitness #health #selfcare #addiction #anxiety #healing
#recovery #mentalhealth #fitness #health #selfcare #addiction #anxiety #healing #mentalhealthawareness #wellness #sober #love #sobriety #depression #selflove #motivation #rehab #edrecovery #soberlife #therapy #mentalillness #recoveryispossible #eatingdisorderrecovery #addictionrecovery #strength
  • Hahahahahah! Love yourself first, so you know what you deserve!
    #sobriety #sober #recovery #soberlife #soberliving #addiction #alcoholfree #alcoholicsanonymous #sobrietyrocks #recovery #mentalhealth #fitness #health #selfcare #addiction #anxiety #healing
    #recovery #mentalhealth #fitness #health #selfcare #addiction #anxiety #healing #mentalhealthawareness #wellness #sober #love #sobriety #depression #selflove #motivation #rehab #edrecovery #soberlife #therapy #mentalillness #recoveryispossible #eatingdisorderrecovery #addictionrecovery #strength

  •  4  1  33 minutes ago
  • ...5/5 It wasn’t until grad school that someone finally listened. A spiky haired, kind-eyed, fashionable woman I finally relented to and allowed to treat me for bipolar. I was put on a mood stabilizer (lamotragine) and an antipsychotic (olanzipine: known for 2 things- weight gain (which I will also get into on a later post) and speed of symptom relief). Two days later something in me shifted. I was still me, but that wild thing, with sharp teeth and claws in my back, was now a faint whisper. I couldn’t believe it. Something finally made me feel what I can only call ‘normal’. I was softly rocking in a sturdy, relief-laden hammock between mania and
depression. And that is how I got here today. Of course there were things in between happening in my life- university, jobs, boyfriends, ‘life’ things that will come up in other posts but for now let’s leave it here. We’ll get into the details starting next week, but for now let’s leave it here.A thankfully mundane, quiet, ‘here’.
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#bipolar #mentalillness #mentalhealth #depression #recovery #selflove #selfcare #manicdepression #anxiety #ptsd #ect #tms #electroshock #ketamine #bipolar1 #bipolardisorder #addiction #story #prose #poem #poetry #writing #dbt #cbt #therapy #medications #meds #insomnia
  • ...5/5 It wasn’t until grad school that someone finally listened. A spiky haired, kind-eyed, fashionable woman I finally relented to and allowed to treat me for bipolar. I was put on a mood stabilizer (lamotragine) and an antipsychotic (olanzipine: known for 2 things- weight gain (which I will also get into on a later post) and speed of symptom relief). Two days later something in me shifted. I was still me, but that wild thing, with sharp teeth and claws in my back, was now a faint whisper. I couldn’t believe it. Something finally made me feel what I can only call ‘normal’. I was softly rocking in a sturdy, relief-laden hammock between mania and
    depression. And that is how I got here today. Of course there were things in between happening in my life- university, jobs, boyfriends, ‘life’ things that will come up in other posts but for now let’s leave it here. We’ll get into the details starting next week, but for now let’s leave it here.A thankfully mundane, quiet, ‘here’.
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    #bipolar #mentalillness #mentalhealth #depression #recovery #selflove #selfcare #manicdepression #anxiety #ptsd #ect #tms #electroshock #ketamine #bipolar1 #bipolardisorder #addiction #story #prose #poem #poetry #writing #dbt #cbt #therapy #medications #meds #insomnia

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  • Greens and blues. Inspired from another painter's work found on watercolor_planet. 
Needed a break from attempting more real human portraits. I might actually end up unintentionally insulting someone... which I already did with the older sister. I know you're reading this caption, since your damned phone is glued to your hand. You're welcome.

#watercolors #watercolor #addiction #passion #aquarelle #watercolour #quickie #amateurartist
  • Greens and blues. Inspired from another painter's work found on watercolor_planet.
    Needed a break from attempting more real human portraits. I might actually end up unintentionally insulting someone... which I already did with the older sister. I know you're reading this caption, since your damned phone is glued to your hand. You're welcome.

    #watercolors #watercolor #addiction #passion #aquarelle #watercolour #quickie #amateurartist

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  • Your Own Light:

It's the selfish view of satisfying “I” that keeps you from the vision of seeing your own light. This vision of light only occurs when your view comes from looking inward... Although no one is more special than another in this existence, there are some who do see things vastly different than most; this happens by looking inward. I wouldn't say some as chosen, but it is a fact some are simply more inclined to not attach to a selfish view which allows for a vision of light than if you are in the grip of a mind based “I” view. The two existences I’ve experienced are vastly different, one was selfish where there was much self created suffering, the other which is the one I'm living now is a view of light; non attachment. The differences in the two views is one creates suffering and is done in unconscious darkness and the other the one today is lived in awareness of light. Today the view is as it is because the selfish distractions don't control as much as they once did; there is still conditioning, but there is also light.

The vision of your own light occurs as a by product of awareness and as the selfish view is replaced it opens up space to allow you to see your own light. This opening is directly linked to the letting go of “I”. It's the “I” that attaches and it's the cause of all suffering. Ever so slowing when one begins to look inward the distractions of “I” fall away. To me this is the light that was revealed to the great mystic's which people considered special, but all they did was see their own light. This light is available to everyone, but one will have to overcome the selfish view that keeps you distracted from the vision of your own light and it will only be seen when you begin to look inward... #awareness #liberation #gratitude #desire #love #spirituality #freedom #attachment #meditation #energy #truth #Buddha #change #fear #mindful #unity #peace #Jesus #kindness #grace #humility #karma #zen #intent #awaken #transformation #now #impermanence #compassion #addiction
  • Your Own Light:

    It's the selfish view of satisfying “I” that keeps you from the vision of seeing your own light. This vision of light only occurs when your view comes from looking inward... Although no one is more special than another in this existence, there are some who do see things vastly different than most; this happens by looking inward. I wouldn't say some as chosen, but it is a fact some are simply more inclined to not attach to a selfish view which allows for a vision of light than if you are in the grip of a mind based “I” view. The two existences I’ve experienced are vastly different, one was selfish where there was much self created suffering, the other which is the one I'm living now is a view of light; non attachment. The differences in the two views is one creates suffering and is done in unconscious darkness and the other the one today is lived in awareness of light. Today the view is as it is because the selfish distractions don't control as much as they once did; there is still conditioning, but there is also light.

    The vision of your own light occurs as a by product of awareness and as the selfish view is replaced it opens up space to allow you to see your own light. This opening is directly linked to the letting go of “I”. It's the “I” that attaches and it's the cause of all suffering. Ever so slowing when one begins to look inward the distractions of “I” fall away. To me this is the light that was revealed to the great mystic's which people considered special, but all they did was see their own light. This light is available to everyone, but one will have to overcome the selfish view that keeps you distracted from the vision of your own light and it will only be seen when you begin to look inward...  #awareness #liberation #gratitude #desire #love #spirituality #freedom #attachment #meditation #energy #truth #Buddha #change #fear #mindful #unity #peace #Jesus #kindness #grace #humility #karma #zen #intent #awaken #transformation #now #impermanence #compassion #addiction

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Top #addiction Posts

  • Anyone else feel so happy and so sad and so frustrated but also calm sometimes? Like all the emotions? Thanks sobriety. 🤣🙌🏻
  • Anyone else feel so happy and so sad and so frustrated but also calm sometimes? Like all the emotions? Thanks sobriety. 🤣🙌🏻

  •  837  57  21 February, 2020
  • I was 23 when I first realized that I had a problem with prescription pills. And when I realized this, I walked into a psychiatrists office and I told him the truth. I said I had quit taking the pills after a couple months of daily use and I was now depressed, sleep-deprived, and crying in the middle of class. This is typical for withdrawl, but at the time, I had no idea. I just thought I was depressed and needed help. ⁣⁣
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I told this doctor that I was addicted and this is why I quit and he didn’t say much about it. He suggested I see a therapist. But, when I walked out of his office, I had a three month supply of Xanax, Ambien, and an anti-depressant.⁣⁣
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Four years later, he would prescribe me Adderall for depression and the addiction that had came and left would return with a vengeance. ⁣⁣
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This doctor was treating the symptoms, always. ⁣ ⁣⁣
Insomnia = Ambien ⁣⁣
Anxiety = Xanax ⁣⁣
Sadness = An anti-depressant and later Adderall. ⁣⁣
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He never asked too many questions, because he usually had the answer and the answer was always in a pill.⁣⁣
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This is how much of western medicine works and this is how our society operates. Professionals offer quick solutions and they often don’t want to do the work to uncover the why behind whatever pain we are feeling. ⁣⁣
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There is nothing wrong with taking mental health meds, as they are important, life-saving meds when we do need them. ⁣
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but in some cases, like mine, we need to look deeper; to ask questions, to understand that healing is not about getting rid of pain, but about the capacity to hold it.⁣
  • I was 23 when I first realized that I had a problem with prescription pills. And when I realized this, I walked into a psychiatrists office and I told him the truth. I said I had quit taking the pills after a couple months of daily use and I was now depressed, sleep-deprived, and crying in the middle of class. This is typical for withdrawl, but at the time, I had no idea. I just thought I was depressed and needed help. ⁣⁣
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    I told this doctor that I was addicted and this is why I quit and he didn’t say much about it. He suggested I see a therapist. But, when I walked out of his office, I had a three month supply of Xanax, Ambien, and an anti-depressant.⁣⁣
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    Four years later, he would prescribe me Adderall for depression and the addiction that had came and left would return with a vengeance. ⁣⁣
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    This doctor was treating the symptoms, always. ⁣ ⁣⁣
    Insomnia = Ambien ⁣⁣
    Anxiety = Xanax ⁣⁣
    Sadness = An anti-depressant and later Adderall. ⁣⁣
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    He never asked too many questions, because he usually had the answer and the answer was always in a pill.⁣⁣
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    This is how much of western medicine works and this is how our society operates. Professionals offer quick solutions and they often don’t want to do the work to uncover the why behind whatever pain we are feeling. ⁣⁣

    There is nothing wrong with taking mental health meds, as they are important, life-saving meds when we do need them. ⁣

    but in some cases, like mine, we need to look deeper; to ask questions, to understand that healing is not about getting rid of pain, but about the capacity to hold it.⁣

  •  1,105  53  14 hours ago
  • ♡ Addiction is a traumarespons. It is a way to deal with the overwhelm, stress and intens feelings, emotions and sensations that rage through the body after a traumatic event. We turn to addiction when we want to numb ourselves from everything that we deem too much to handle.
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In that way addiction is a way to self soothe. Due to not having a regulated nervous system, lacking the (emotional) capacity and tools to deal with and integrate what has happened, being in a disregulating environment and/or lacking proper support and connection leads us to find ways to soothe ourselves...away from the pain, away from the overwhelm, away from the stress and chaos, away from powerlessness, helplessness, uncertainty and unsafety. Alcohol, drugs, s.x, food, gaming etc...they all provide that calming, soothing feeling (for a bit). In some cases because it numbs, in other cases because it provides a (false) sense of control (anorexia, s.xual adventures). But in a way, it soothes.
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But, what addiction can also be...is self-punishment. This manifests on a deeper level and stems from byproducts of trauma, like shame and guilt. When those 2 become overbearing, when we are unable to face it and feel through it, we can go into full selfdestruction mode. The fact that you are getting drunk until you pass out, snort/shoot up until your teeth fall out, eat until your are obese, restrict your eating so your body shuts down, have unprotected s.x with many people etc...can all have this underlying mechanism of selfdestruction.
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"This happened to me, and I did this wrong or I should have done something else. I am unworthy/unlovable/disgusting. I am a burden, I am too much and I am too needy". This can be the inner narrative for people who are on their way to selfdestruction (through addiction). The urge to self destruct is an effort to correct deemed 'bad' behaviour, and its an effort to punish, to break oneself. To ravish oneself. To destroy oneself or to be destroyed.
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And yet, in essence...the urge to selfdestruct is the brain and the heart and the soul screaming for connection, for understanding, for love, for warmth, for forgiveness ♡
  • ♡ Addiction is a traumarespons. It is a way to deal with the overwhelm, stress and intens feelings, emotions and sensations that rage through the body after a traumatic event. We turn to addiction when we want to numb ourselves from everything that we deem too much to handle.
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    In that way addiction is a way to self soothe. Due to not having a regulated nervous system, lacking the (emotional) capacity and tools to deal with and integrate what has happened, being in a disregulating environment and/or lacking proper support and connection leads us to find ways to soothe ourselves...away from the pain, away from the overwhelm, away from the stress and chaos, away from powerlessness, helplessness, uncertainty and unsafety. Alcohol, drugs, s.x, food, gaming etc...they all provide that calming, soothing feeling (for a bit). In some cases because it numbs, in other cases because it provides a (false) sense of control (anorexia, s.xual adventures). But in a way, it soothes.
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    But, what addiction can also be...is self-punishment. This manifests on a deeper level and stems from byproducts of trauma, like shame and guilt. When those 2 become overbearing, when we are unable to face it and feel through it, we can go into full selfdestruction mode. The fact that you are getting drunk until you pass out, snort/shoot up until your teeth fall out, eat until your are obese, restrict your eating so your body shuts down, have unprotected s.x with many people etc...can all have this underlying mechanism of selfdestruction.
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    "This happened to me, and I did this wrong or I should have done something else. I am unworthy/unlovable/disgusting. I am a burden, I am too much and I am too needy". This can be the inner narrative for people who are on their way to selfdestruction (through addiction). The urge to self destruct is an effort to correct deemed 'bad' behaviour, and its an effort to punish, to break oneself. To ravish oneself. To destroy oneself or to be destroyed.
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    And yet, in essence...the urge to selfdestruct is the brain and the heart and the soul screaming for connection, for understanding, for love, for warmth, for forgiveness ♡

  •  1,593  63  20 February, 2020
  • On the morning of September 11, 2001, I stood outside the Condé Nast building in Times Square, as people scattered and sirens blared, and wondered, "Is this the end of the world?".
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Then I walked 40 blocks north to my apartment where I sat and waited, not fully knowing what was happening (I had no TV at the time & phone lines were down). But by that night it was clear: neighbors didn't get to come home, friends lost friends, Missing Person fliers were tacked onto every post on every block.
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We were back at work less than 48 hours  later, because the magazine business never stops (and has no heart), so I pushed through and ignored my feelings because nothing bad happened TO ME so this shouldn't be a big deal, right? Plus, I'm good at pushing through and pretending like everything is ok. Even though my drinking ramped up after this, and I was diagnosed with depression and GAD (and medicated for both) I believed it was just 'work stress'.
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15 years later I was talking to a therapist friend, telling her nonchalantly about this experience and she said "You do realize that you've experienced a major trauma, right?". No, I didn't. I was raised to not only 'get over it' when something upsetting happened, but to worry about the feelings and needs of others vs notice my own.
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Pia Mellody says: Anything that's not nurturing to a child is traumatic. If children are taught to doubt their reality or if their experiences/feelings are minimized, they're conditioned to believe 'my perspective isn't important' and they may internalize emotions, leading to maladaptive behaviors later in life.
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I didn't believe I had a right to my trauma, so I stuffed it and it festered and manifested through self-medicating with alcohol and relationships. EMDR therapy helped me process the emotional debris, and I now know that I get to decide if something was 'that bad' and how I feel about it (and so do you).
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#emdrtherapy #traumatherapy #traumatherapist #codependency #recovery #sober #sobriety #therapistsofinstagram #codependencyrecovery #therapy #attachmenttrauma
  • On the morning of September 11, 2001, I stood outside the Condé Nast building in Times Square, as people scattered and sirens blared, and wondered, "Is this the end of the world?".
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    Then I walked 40 blocks north to my apartment where I sat and waited, not fully knowing what was happening (I had no TV at the time & phone lines were down). But by that night it was clear: neighbors didn't get to come home, friends lost friends, Missing Person fliers were tacked onto every post on every block.
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    We were back at work less than 48 hours later, because the magazine business never stops (and has no heart), so I pushed through and ignored my feelings because nothing bad happened TO ME so this shouldn't be a big deal, right? Plus, I'm good at pushing through and pretending like everything is ok. Even though my drinking ramped up after this, and I was diagnosed with depression and GAD (and medicated for both) I believed it was just 'work stress'.
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    15 years later I was talking to a therapist friend, telling her nonchalantly about this experience and she said "You do realize that you've experienced a major trauma, right?". No, I didn't. I was raised to not only 'get over it' when something upsetting happened, but to worry about the feelings and needs of others vs notice my own.
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    Pia Mellody says: Anything that's not nurturing to a child is traumatic. If children are taught to doubt their reality or if their experiences/feelings are minimized, they're conditioned to believe 'my perspective isn't important' and they may internalize emotions, leading to maladaptive behaviors later in life.
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    I didn't believe I had a right to my trauma, so I stuffed it and it festered and manifested through self-medicating with alcohol and relationships. EMDR therapy helped me process the emotional debris, and I now know that I get to decide if something was 'that bad' and how I feel about it (and so do you).
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    #emdrtherapy #traumatherapy #traumatherapist #codependency #recovery #sober #sobriety #therapistsofinstagram #codependencyrecovery #therapy #attachmenttrauma

  •  1,386  39  21 February, 2020
  • Making a wave today and unpacking the truth that plant medicine has saved my life. Not only my life, but the lives of many people I love.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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It’s time for us to come forward, to speak the truth about the love that these plants excavate from the depths of our being.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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I always have said that my journey with Ibogaine is a love story, a return to the truth of ME. I struggled with heroin addiction for a long time and the first time I ingested Ibogaine I knew within minutes that I would never go back. And I never have. I was free.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Thank you plant medicine for showing me the connectedness between all things, for allowing me to see the beauty in the dysfunction, for recognizing the perfection in all matter, and for allowing me to love myself. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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We need to shed light on the darkened corners of our hearts, and for me plant medicine blasted open those spaces so I couldn’t hide in the shadow anymore.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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The plants, the fungi, the roots, we are all purveyors of this Earth, and communing with  the intelligence we find here is how I intend to honour her. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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I would love to know how plant medicine has saved you
  • Making a wave today and unpacking the truth that plant medicine has saved my life. Not only my life, but the lives of many people I love.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    It’s time for us to come forward, to speak the truth about the love that these plants excavate from the depths of our being.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    I always have said that my journey with Ibogaine is a love story, a return to the truth of ME. I struggled with heroin addiction for a long time and the first time I ingested Ibogaine I knew within minutes that I would never go back. And I never have. I was free.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    Thank you plant medicine for showing me the connectedness between all things, for allowing me to see the beauty in the dysfunction, for recognizing the perfection in all matter, and for allowing me to love myself. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    We need to shed light on the darkened corners of our hearts, and for me plant medicine blasted open those spaces so I couldn’t hide in the shadow anymore.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    The plants, the fungi, the roots, we are all purveyors of this Earth, and communing with the intelligence we find here is how I intend to honour her. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    I would love to know how plant medicine has saved you

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  • Motivation can help people to strive to achieve their goals. For many individuals with drug or alcohol problems, motivational factors can inspire them to change their lives and avoid substance use.
#drugsrehab
#alcoholrecovery
  • Motivation can help people to strive to achieve their goals. For many individuals with drug or alcohol problems, motivational factors can inspire them to change their lives and avoid substance use.
    #drugsrehab
    #alcoholrecovery

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