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Fragmentation: a mental process where a person becomes intensely emotionally focused on one aspect of themselves, such as “I am angry” or “no one loves me,” to the point where all thoughts, feelings and behavior demonstrate this emotional state, in which, the person does not or is unable to take into account the reality of their environment, others or themselves and their resources. This is a term that my therapist and I use and is on the continuum of dissociation.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Ah..Ha moment of the day!!!

I figured out something today that my shutting down on friday only had some to do with Mother's Day. The rest of it has to do with my starting this blog on Thursday. Like I wrote before, I put myself out there and got scared, so shut down. It is so hard to put myself out there and two to begin to integrate more of what I feel, think, have done, have felt and acknowledge the abuse that I survived!!!


Anonymous said...

Fear is a natural response when starting the long journey within...just know that you are never alone and there is always someone that can relate and identify with the challenges you face.
Take the time to see the stories that you hold within and embrace the opportunity you have in changing the aspects of it....you'll find yourself empowered in the end!

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