Hello! I am Trevor Hooper and I will be sharing my experience of being a childhood trauma survivor. It wasn’t easy as I used to reside on the streets and was subjected to child abuse. My inner feelings of guilt and shame prevented me from going back to my home. Undoubtedly, such events cast a spell of darkness and loneliness on one’s life and have a lifelong impact.
As a survivor of childhood trauma, I believe it is my responsibility to assist those who have gone through similar circumstances in overcoming their trauma and leading a better life. For childhood trauma sufferers, I’ve devised a 12-step healing plan. The procedure had been designed in such a way that it would help a wide range of people. Not only will the survivor benefit from the recovery process, but those around him will be more accepting and helpful as well. The first 5 steps of the process are given hereunder:
Step 1: It Is Not Your Mistake
The first step for any childhood trauma victim is to let go of the sense that he or she is to blame for the trauma that has occurred. It was the abuser’s mistake that resulted in such a terrible act. It is the abuser who will suffer and be punished, not you. The only sad thing is that most offenders go unpunished. It is rather surprising to know that only 3% of such offenders are punished and convicted.
Step 2: Feeling of Grief-Related Emotions
Survivors of trauma experience a range of grief-related feelings. This stage of experiencing grief-related emotions is divided into five stages. Denial, rage, bargaining, sadness, and acceptance are among them. Violation, rage, contempt, lack of trust, confidence, self-love, and an increase in self-hatred are some of the additional emotions that such survivors typically experience.
However, you should not be discouraged because these feelings do not describe who you are as a person. You must recognize that you are a stronger and more capable individual. Our course will assist you in recognizing all of the positive aspects of yourself and in feeling more positive about your talents.
Step 3: You’re Not Alone
Childhood trauma is not something new. You are not the only one to have gone through it and certainly, you are not the last one. You must not fixate the responsibility upon yourself. Under this program, we will help you get rid of this unnecessary guilt. We will provide you with a warm and secure environment.
Step 4: Realize That You’re A Good Person
There is always a good person inside oneself. All that one needs to do is identify that person and feel confident about it. We help you in getting over the bad memories of the past and start life afresh. We regularly motivate you and encourage you to take up a variety of exercises and activities.
Step 5: Realizing That There’s A Life Beyond This Trauma
We help you in realizing and learning that life is beautiful. There’s more to life than this traumatic phase and you must come out of it. Throughout the duration of this course, our constant attempt will be to assist you in growing and becoming a better person.
The Abused Child
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- Can you recall any past instance when you have been subjected to abuse by a family member or close aid, i.e. have you ever been subjected to child abuse?
If the answer is affirmative, then follow the below-mentioned process to find a solution.
- Have you ever experienced shame, guilt, or self-hate in the past or present or have you ever felt emotional outbursts in terms of anger, hatred, suicidal, etc?
- Look into the mirror and observe 3, if not 5 good things about yourself. To make it even more comprehensive, ask three close friends of yours to enlist 5 positive qualities about you. Take a note of the same and then prepare a unified list.
After having completed the above-mentioned steps, please contact us for further assistance and help.
To know more about the course, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.