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Having a disorder is not something that someone chooses to have, but is something that they are forced to deal with. In that case, please think twice before you judge someone on either how they act, look, or think. People need to start getting this!

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Yoga For Emotional Trauma - Mary and Rick NurrieStearns' Yoga for Emotional Trauma is the first book to combine yoga and mindfulness exercises to free the mind, body, and spirit from the impact of past trauma.The authors provide a yogic approach to healin

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"Bill O’Hanlon and I share three ways to help you recover after trauma involving PTSD and connection, compassion and contribution. More at Trauma! A PTSD Blog." www.HealthyPlace.com

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This is absolutely accurate. I share these things not for sympathy but to literally be a voice, raise awareness and show others they have nothing to be ashamed of. Feeling ashamed or guilty is a lie, it's two feelings you should not have. It isn't your fault.

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Taking a Look at Depression #Depression (Happy to pin for other sites, but you should also check out my page: www.greenwoodcounselingcenter.com)

Taking a Look at Depression #Depression (Happy to pin for other sites, but you should also check out my page: www.greenwoodcounselingcenter.com)

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This point belongs to the pericardium Meridian, is very easy to locate as you can see in the image. His name is TALING poetically meaning great Valley. Massage this point for two minutes with your thumb, and feel a generalized sedation. Excellent area for sleeping, hypertension or mitigate some kind of anxiety... balancedwomensblog.com

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