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Sufferer So, it seems I am not alone in the CPTSD journey.

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hello looki. welcome to the forum. sorry for what brings you here, but glad you are here. you are quite far from alone, whether you choose to acknowledge your fellow travelers, or knot.

congratulations on finding the courage to take those first hard steps toward recovery. i took the first steps to my own recovery in 1972 when combat ptsd was still being called, "shell shock." i have no regrets about the psychotherapy i worked under a smorgasbord of misdiagnosis until the cPTSD theories formalized in the late 90's. the tools i learned in that therapy still work when i work them, but girl howdy, having words for ^it^ makes a world of diff.

hope it helps you, too, along with the fellowship of your fellow travelers on the healing journey.
welcome aboard.
Thank you. I have had 5 years of weekly treatment and have come out of the worst of it all. But, there are still things i struggle with and i seem to regress. so which forum thread do you suggest i reach out to?
 
which forum thread do you suggest i reach out to?

all the forums show up on my newsfeed in chronological order, so i haven't been able to sort which forum is better for what. i respond to many posts here, but i still haven't found my comfort zone in making my own posts.

for what it's worth
i no longer consider reemergence of my symptoms to be, "regression." they are but marks of who and what i am and since i have learned to love myself as i am, reemergent symptoms are but a mark of who and what i am. ply therapy tools and get back to the business of living.
 
all the forums show up on my newsfeed in chronological order, so i haven't been able to sort which forum is better for what. i respond to many posts here, but i still haven't found my comfort zone in making my own posts.

for what it's worth
i no longer consider reemergence of my symptoms to be, "regression." they are but marks of who and what i am and since i have learned to love myself as i am, reemergent symptoms are but a mark of who and what i am. ply therapy tools and get back to the business of living.
That sounds like a good idea. Well done you! Thank you for your response.
 
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