6 ways to recover from emotional trauma

6 ways to recover from emotional trauma
These are wounds that never appear on the body, and are deeper and more painful than anything that leaks.
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When our emotions hurt, emotional trauma forces you to be your hero.
Here are six tips to help you do just that.
1. Prioritize taking care of yourself
For many of us, it is only natural for them to care more for their loved ones.
We often do this at the expense of meeting our needs. Unfortunately, you can't pour from an empty glass.
Self-care should come first, especially for those who care about others.
Look at yourself honestly, carefully, and lovingly. Determine your needs.
Do you need quiet time every day? Counseling or group therapy? Useful service work? An artistic expression? Relaxation? A weekend trip to come back with your soul? Prioritize these needs. Fill them without remorse.
2. Be grateful
When we struggle with emotional demons, it can become natural for us to focus on the darkness in our lives.
Instead, turn your eyes to the light. Whenever possible, take a break to identify the five things you are grateful for.
They do not have to be deep or significant. Just be good enough. For example, I am currently grateful for water, sun, music, bedding and the internet. This exercise is simple but very effective. It changes our worldview.
The world around us is starting to look brighter, happier. By acting in the world with gratitude, we can turn it into the place we want it to be.
3. Respect your body
When emotions are challenged, it is normal for us to allow our physical health to deteriorate. Unfortunately, this is the opposite of what we need. When our bodies are healthy, our minds are clearer. Emotions come under our control.
Make sure you sleep enough. Stay hydrated. Exercise in a way that suits you, moderately or rigorously, indoors or outdoors, alone or in a group.
Eat the foods that supply your body with the nutrients it deserves.
4. Build a support network
The worst part of any trauma is the feeling of being alone. As human beings, we are not created to face the challenges ourselves. We need emotional support. Because of this, there is a support group for almost every major emotional challenge. From depression to addiction, incurable illness to sexual assault, there is certainly a group of people like you.
First, you enjoy the warm relief that you are no longer alone in your struggle. Then allow them to share their experience, strength, and hope.
5. Communicate honestly
Bad will or intolerance grow on you as long as you keep them. If you have a problem with a loved one, let them know. Tell her how it hurt you. Put your feelings on the table, calm and polite. This is how you give yourself the freedom to forgive. Remember, forgiveness is not about the other person.
Don't let the envy of the other person have power over your heart for a day.
6. Write your story
When our most difficult feelings remain with us, they become stronger. It's something liberating in the decision to put them in place.

Use the pen to regain power. Let the words flow, then read them yourself. This is how you allow your mind to create a new insight and perspective. You also allow your emotions to be released from your brain and body and find a new home on paper. If you are injured, do not hide. Connect with others.

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