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Body Memory Is Feeling Traumatized All Over Again

Bodies and brains are miraculous because they soak in an extraordinary amount of information on a daily basis. But, it's the very happy and joyous and also the very traumatic things that we remember the most. Our bodies hold onto the memories, this is called a body memory. Recently, my traumatic memory of my mother's sudden passing snuck into the crevices of my brain and cells like a thief in the night, stealing away little pieces of joy and replacing them with sadness without me even realizing it was happening. I found myself in the midst of body memory that caused an incredible low period. Body Memory is pent up negative emotions Your body remembers what you feel when you've been traumatized. To release [Read more...]

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Anxiety

Anxiety can be one of the most difficult and frightening mental health issues to deal with, especially since much of the disorder is self-manufactured fear. The stats say it all: over 40 million Americans are affected by severe anxiety, and 40 percent of adults will experience some anxiety in their life. Unfortunately, however, only a third of adults and one-fifth of teens receive treatment. Not everyone shows signs of anxiety or feels the effects of anxiety the same way. You may think to yourself, "Well, google says anxiety feels like X, Y, and Z. I don't feel like that." The problem with relying on a search engine for answers regarding your health is that not all humans are the same. A common cold for you [Read more...]