If we were abandoned…

The thing that strikes me most about this is the idea that we must be true to ourselves and in that we must be willing to feel. If we are not willing to feel all the ways we’ve been hurt and to acknowledge to ourselves that pain we cannot heal. It is an abandonment of self to not feel. It made me think of this article which I’ve always loved and in fact the title has become a mantra of sorts for when I am facing any difficulty…physical, emotional or spiritual, actually … [click on title for the rest of the post]

drugging and distraction — James Hollis

The truth is most people perceive in their bones the vast vacancies in which they swim and they therefore cling to distraction, drugging and denial as much as possible. … [click on title for the rest of the post]

On Hearing Voices: Recovery as Social Action: The Personal is the Political

Jacqui Dillon is the National Chair of the Hearing Voices Network in England. She has also helped develop HVN USA and has been involved in our Facilitator Trainings. I love this because I've often viewed my healing process to simply not be just about me. It's about all of us. It is for all of us too. And I also could not have done it without the constant communication with all of you out there. This has been a relationship process even when I've had to go deep into myself and spend most time alone.… [click on title for the rest of the post]

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