Facing the Memory

Numbness prevailed for many years before I was forced to confront what happened entirely.  I had a desperate desire for a memory delete button just to get rid of all the garbage in my brain. Facing the reality of my past experiences is necessary for me to continue healing and move on.  Sometimes a buried memory will reveal itself, shaking my damaged foundation, but I understand the trembling is necessary.   Continuing onward each day, not knowing how long the journey will take, is alone an incredible achievement.

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Author: Undeniably Sara

Hi, I'm Undeniably Sara. I'm learning how to live well with chronic illnesses by focusing on self-healing with the goal of lifelong health.

10 thoughts on “Facing the Memory”

  1. Wow you captured it Girl! you captured my previous thought in words…my Dearest Sarah i also felt the same, not knowing how long i would feel the reverberations of memories, flashbacks, or actual new events caused by the narc, however, i am here to tell you that it will be a long gone memory, you wont even think about him once you get too busy with your life your kids new people as your kids grow you will become so involved in their life experience new friends, and their own adventures that you wont even think about it…i hope this helps!

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  2. Thanks for posting this. After 20 years since I recovered memories of my child abuse, I still uncover hidden ones. I actively dig them up to bring that part of my mind hone. It can take a long time to heal it, but each healing improves life.

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  3. I saw something on The Spartan Life Coach’s You Tube about this guy who practices NLP. He was giving a demonstration of NLP. It had basically involved rewinding the traumatic memory. You start at the end of the incident and work back to the beginning, It cleared my traumatic memory in an instant.

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