My heart races, my stomach hits the floor as the words tumble from my mouth and my voice shakes “I took LSD with my husband”. I watch her face, she looks confused…“What’s that? Is that like Meth?” she quizzes me.
It is our reality now, that we can not rely on others to keep us safe. Personal responsibility for our own safety is important.
Why can I smack my child but not you?
The last person to make me uncomfortable was a woman in late 2017. No man has made me feel the way she did in years. She told me I was into women, that I wanted her.
When I began Cognitive Processing Therapy I went in with a few main struggles. I had been through countless hours of therapy already and this CPT was a study specifically aimed at those with PTSD. While I had done so much work already I had a few small issues I needed to work on mainly; … Continue reading How Far I’ve Come: Therapy Impact Statements
My reasons for this are personal. Openly, and utterly personal to me.