CONFUSION KILLS ALL THE WRITING WHEN YOU’VE BEEN THRU TRAUMA

CONFUSION KILLS ALL THE WRITING WHEN YOU’VE BEEN THRU TRAUMA

 
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CONFUSION KILLS ALL THE WRITING WHEN YOU’VE BEEN THRU TRAUMA

Confusion kills ALL THE WRITING when you’ve been through trauma ... yet it’s a key characteristic of post-traumatic life - when trauma *isn’t treated* so navigated it must be, until treatment commences, THEN completes.


It’s natural to be confused after trauma.


You weren’t expecting it.


Your normal response skills were overwhelmed and deemed un-usable, so you went into panic.


Now your brain keeps trying to repeat what you were living back then, so it can complete itself, and you can heal, but in the process, your hippocampus isn’t functioning as its meant to, leaving you in a twilight-type world, full of fog and incompatibility with the clock-ticking, pressure-inducing sense of time that most of the world runs on. This would confuse the crap out of ANY living human on the planet, when trauma happens to them.


It ain’t easy.


Living with untreated trauma is tough AF.


So the minute you are blessed enough to have the awareness that untreated trauma is affecting your life,


run 🏃‍♀️ and I do mean RUN 🏃‍♀️ to building a treatment plan, and fast.


This may include all or some of the following:


👌 trusted therapist

👌 traditional western medical doctor

👌 naturopath

👌 energetic healer

👌 business/Success Coach *who gets you*

👌 medications/vitamins while you build your strength and skills up again

👌 list of things for you to do when you find your brain slipping into a trigger suddenly (carry this with you everywhere because you will and do get confused in these moments and forget)


The impact of trauma is NO JOKE so treat it accordingly.


Run-of-the-mill advice out there about love, money, and even physical health and body image and confidence, does not apply when you have untreated trauma either - you may be hurting yourself holding yourself to “normal” standards, reading articles and books that aren’t trauma-aware, so BE AWARE.


The good news is, you CAN master this state and return to your pre-trauma self, except MORE SCHOOLED, MORE RESOURCEFUL, MORE WISE, MORE SEASONED, MORE PURPOSEFUL AND MORE RADIANTLY ALIVE THAN EVER. So you can finally and with your whole self, finish that book.


Just get on top of the confusion. Know why it’s there and what to do about it. Be unavailable to judge yourself for this and *any* post-trauma symptoms you’re feeling at all,


and give yourself what you needed back then to heal through it right now - everything you needed, AND MORE.


You deserve it!


XOXO

Gina

Gina Silvestri