Your Life After Trauma: Powerful Practices to Reclaim Your Identity by Michele Rosenthal is a heartfelt and intelligent guide to finding yourself after trauma takes away your sense of security, control, and identity.
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Do you listen to your body? Do you understand what its messages? Miriam Manela of Thrive OT suggests we listen without judgment, without shaming or blaming.
When should you consider therapy? There is no one right answer, but if you have frequent and/or ongoing instances of the following, you should get an evaluation from a skilled psychotherapist.
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