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- 😍 Talk about obsessions... like pretty blooms, brass candlesticks and vintage books. What do you think? 💐 . . . . #rococodecor #homestyle #bloom #brass #flowerstagram #instahome #saturdaymorning #saturdayvibes #homeinspiration #pursuepretty #interior4all #cozyhome #flashesofdelight #thatsdarling #interior123 #countryliving #australia #nestandflourish #artofvisuals #naturelover #howyouglow #pursuewhatislovely #darlingdaily #livethelittlethings #thehappynow #makeitblissful #enjoythelittlethings #darlingmovement #prettylittlethings #seekthesimplicity
- 😍 Talk about obsessions... like pretty blooms, brass candlesticks and vintage books. What do you think? 💐 . . . . #rococodecor #homestyle #bloom #brass #flowerstagram #instahome #saturdaymorning #saturdayvibes #homeinspiration #pursuepretty #interior4all #cozyhome #flashesofdelight #thatsdarling #interior123 #countryliving #australia #nestandflourish #artofvisuals #naturelover #howyouglow #pursuewhatislovely #darlingdaily #livethelittlethings #thehappynow #makeitblissful #enjoythelittlethings #darlingmovement #prettylittlethings #seekthesimplicity
- As a complex trauma survivor since childhood, I unfortunately know the struggle of chronic illness and suffering all too well. Like most people with invisible diseases, it's not something I openly talk about - A) because after a while living with a chronic illness you unfortunately just get used to not feeling good in one way or another B) You learn to cope on your own privately and C) I don't want to be the person who constantly complains about daily symptoms, aches and pains. ⠀ .⠀ After experiencing trauma that I did not disclose to anyone as a child, I began to internalize my emotional pain which lead to an early decline in my physical health and the development of an autoimmune disease called Hashimotos Thyroiditis when I was 12. As a result, I later developed PCOS and Anemia. As there is no cure for autoimmune diseases, avoiding stress and mainting a healthy lifestyle is imperative. While experiencing domestic violence obviously had effects on my emotional health that I have had to face, it did not end there. My healing journey has been two-fold in also addressing the impact it has had on my physical health as well.⠀ .⠀ When you have an autoimmune disease, each day presents the challenges of managing flare ups (triggered by stress, diet and other environmental factors) that can at times have debilitating affects. Symptoms of Hashimotos are: Fatigue, Mental fogginess and forgetfulness, Feeling excessively cold, Dry skin, Fluid retention, Non-specific aches and stiffness in muscles and joints, Excessive or prolonged menstrual bleeding(menorrhagia), Depression, Weight gain, Puffiness in the face, Infertility (difficulty getting pregnant), Thinning, brittle hair, hair loss, Slow heart rate, Irregular menstrual periods, Decreased sweating (perspiration), Thick or brittle nails, Decreased reflexes, Swollen hands and feet, Cold skin, Sleepiness.⠀ .⠀ We all make judgements and assumptions of people when we want more of them or are disappointed....but try to reserve some room for what you may not know that they are facing.⠀ #letitgo #healingpower #release #healthrecovery #bloom #mind #releasestress #recovery #healthandwellness #hea
- As a complex trauma survivor since childhood, I unfortunately know the struggle of chronic illness and suffering all too well. Like most people with invisible diseases, it& #39;s not something I openly talk about - A) because after a while living with a chronic illness you unfortunately just get used to not feeling good in one way or another B) You learn to cope on your own privately and C) I don& #39;t want to be the person who constantly complains about daily symptoms, aches and pains. ⠀ .⠀ After experiencing trauma that I did not disclose to anyone as a child, I began to internalize my emotional pain which lead to an early decline in my physical health and the development of an autoimmune disease called Hashimotos Thyroiditis when I was 12. As a result, I later developed PCOS and Anemia. As there is no cure for autoimmune diseases, avoiding stress and mainting a healthy lifestyle is imperative. While experiencing domestic violence obviously had effects on my emotional health that I have had to face, it did not end there. My healing journey has been two-fold in also addressing the impact it has had on my physical health as well.⠀ .⠀ When you have an autoimmune disease, each day presents the challenges of managing flare ups (triggered by stress, diet and other environmental factors) that can at times have debilitating affects. Symptoms of Hashimotos are: Fatigue, Mental fogginess and forgetfulness, Feeling excessively cold, Dry skin, Fluid retention, Non-specific aches and stiffness in muscles and joints, Excessive or prolonged menstrual bleeding(menorrhagia), Depression, Weight gain, Puffiness in the face, Infertility (difficulty getting pregnant), Thinning, brittle hair, hair loss, Slow heart rate, Irregular menstrual periods, Decreased sweating (perspiration), Thick or brittle nails, Decreased reflexes, Swollen hands and feet, Cold skin, Sleepiness.⠀ .⠀ We all make judgements and assumptions of people when we want more of them or are disappointed....but try to reserve some room for what you may not know that they are facing.⠀ #letitgo #healingpower #release #healthrecovery #bloom #mind #releasestress #recovery #healthandwellness #hea
- As a complex trauma survivor since childhood, I unfortunately know the struggle of chronic illness and suffering all too well. Like most people with invisible diseases, it's not something I openly talk about - A) because after a while living with a chronic illness you unfortunately just get used to not feeling good in one way or another B) You learn to cope on your own privately and C) I don't want to be the person who constantly complains about daily symptoms, aches and pains. ⠀ .⠀ After experiencing trauma that I did not disclose to anyone as a child, I began to internalize my emotional pain which lead to an early decline in my physical health and the development of an autoimmune disease called Hashimotos Thyroiditis when I was 12. As a result, I later developed PCOS and Anemia. As there is no cure for autoimmune diseases, avoiding stress and mainting a healthy lifestyle is imperative. While experiencing domestic violence obviously had effects on my emotional health that I have had to face, it did not end there. My healing journey has been two-fold in also addressing the impact it has had on my physical health as well.⠀ .⠀ When you have an autoimmune disease, each day presents the challenges of managing flare ups (triggered by stress, diet and other environmental factors) that can at times have debilitating affects. Symptoms of Hashimotos are: Fatigue, Mental fogginess and forgetfulness, Feeling excessively cold, Dry skin, Fluid retention, Non-specific aches and stiffness in muscles and joints, Excessive or prolonged menstrual bleeding(menorrhagia), Depression, Weight gain, Puffiness in the face, Infertility (difficulty getting pregnant), Thinning, brittle hair, hair loss, Slow heart rate, Irregular menstrual periods, Decreased sweating (perspiration), Thick or brittle nails, Decreased reflexes, Swollen hands and feet, Cold skin, Sleepiness.⠀ .⠀ We all make judgements and assumptions of people when we want more of them or are disappointed....but try to reserve some room for what you may not know that they are facing.⠀ #letitgo #healingpower #release #healthrecovery #bloom #mind #releasestress #recovery #healthandwellness #hea
- @Regranned from @bravebird.nyc - An alarming 44 percent of women say they have experienced abusive behavior from a partner. Years after the bruises from domestic violence fade, the physical effects can linger in the form of serious health problems—migraines, arthritis, even gastrointestinal disease.⠀ .⠀ Sarah* was sure she had left her violent past behind. Her first husband, a high-powered business executive who during their 10-year marriage had bounced her head against walls, sexually assaulted her and nearly strangled her with a dog leash, was out of her life. She’d gotten a divorce, finished college, become a successful consultant, worked intensively with a trauma therapist and married an old friend with whom she felt safe.⠀ .⠀ Gradually, the symptoms of her previous torment eased. The residual headaches from the head injuries disappeared, although she still remembers the sound of her skull hitting the kitchen walls and floor. “It sounds like when you knock on a cantaloupe to see if it’s ripe,” Sarah, now 47, says with a sad laugh. There are still black holes in her memory; she can’t coherently recollect the years from her mid- to late twenties, the period when the violence reached its height. But the worst of the terrors are over. “I no longer suffer from PTSD at night,” she says, remembering how she would sleep in her horse’s stall to hide from her then husband’s drunken attacks. Now remarried, “I no longer have a hyper-startle response if my husband walks into the room behind me.”⠀ .⠀ In her mid-thirties and wanting to start life anew, she was ready to be a mother. But for reasons her doctors initially didn’t understand, Sarah struggled to carry a baby to term. After six miscarriages, a doctor finally suggested that head trauma could be a factor; neurological damage from repeated brain injuries had disrupted the hormonal balance she needed to deliver a healthy child. “My endocrine system just hardwired the violence into me,” Sarah says.⠀ Read more at:https://buff.ly/2BbW3A9⠀ #stress #depression #healthymind #releaseyourself #releasetension #mentalhealthwarrior #letitgo #healingpower #release #mentalhealthrecovery #bloom - #regrann
- @Regranned from @bravebird.nyc - An alarming 44 percent of women say they have experienced abusive behavior from a partner. Years after the bruises from domestic violence fade, the physical effects can linger in the form of serious health problems—migraines, arthritis, even gastrointestinal disease.⠀ .⠀ Sarah* was sure she had left her violent past behind. Her first husband, a high-powered business executive who during their 10-year marriage had bounced her head against walls, sexually assaulted her and nearly strangled her with a dog leash, was out of her life. She’d gotten a divorce, finished college, become a successful consultant, worked intensively with a trauma therapist and married an old friend with whom she felt safe.⠀ .⠀ Gradually, the symptoms of her previous torment eased. The residual headaches from the head injuries disappeared, although she still remembers the sound of her skull hitting the kitchen walls and floor. “It sounds like when you knock on a cantaloupe to see if it’s ripe,” Sarah, now 47, says with a sad laugh. There are still black holes in her memory; she can’t coherently recollect the years from her mid- to late twenties, the period when the violence reached its height. But the worst of the terrors are over. “I no longer suffer from PTSD at night,” she says, remembering how she would sleep in her horse’s stall to hide from her then husband’s drunken attacks. Now remarried, “I no longer have a hyper-startle response if my husband walks into the room behind me.”⠀ .⠀ In her mid-thirties and wanting to start life anew, she was ready to be a mother. But for reasons her doctors initially didn’t understand, Sarah struggled to carry a baby to term. After six miscarriages, a doctor finally suggested that head trauma could be a factor; neurological damage from repeated brain injuries had disrupted the hormonal balance she needed to deliver a healthy child. “My endocrine system just hardwired the violence into me,” Sarah says.⠀ Read more at:https://buff.ly/2BbW3A9⠀ #stress #depression #healthymind #releaseyourself #releasetension #mentalhealthwarrior #letitgo #healingpower #release #mentalhealthrecovery #bloom - #regrann
- @Regranned from @bravebird.nyc - An alarming 44 percent of women say they have experienced abusive behavior from a partner. Years after the bruises from domestic violence fade, the physical effects can linger in the form of serious health problems—migraines, arthritis, even gastrointestinal disease.⠀ .⠀ Sarah* was sure she had left her violent past behind. Her first husband, a high-powered business executive who during their 10-year marriage had bounced her head against walls, sexually assaulted her and nearly strangled her with a dog leash, was out of her life. She’d gotten a divorce, finished college, become a successful consultant, worked intensively with a trauma therapist and married an old friend with whom she felt safe.⠀ .⠀ Gradually, the symptoms of her previous torment eased. The residual headaches from the head injuries disappeared, although she still remembers the sound of her skull hitting the kitchen walls and floor. “It sounds like when you knock on a cantaloupe to see if it’s ripe,” Sarah, now 47, says with a sad laugh. There are still black holes in her memory; she can’t coherently recollect the years from her mid- to late twenties, the period when the violence reached its height. But the worst of the terrors are over. “I no longer suffer from PTSD at night,” she says, remembering how she would sleep in her horse’s stall to hide from her then husband’s drunken attacks. Now remarried, “I no longer have a hyper-startle response if my husband walks into the room behind me.”⠀ .⠀ In her mid-thirties and wanting to start life anew, she was ready to be a mother. But for reasons her doctors initially didn’t understand, Sarah struggled to carry a baby to term. After six miscarriages, a doctor finally suggested that head trauma could be a factor; neurological damage from repeated brain injuries had disrupted the hormonal balance she needed to deliver a healthy child. “My endocrine system just hardwired the violence into me,” Sarah says.⠀ Read more at:https://buff.ly/2BbW3A9⠀ #stress #depression #healthymind #releaseyourself #releasetension #mentalhealthwarrior #letitgo #healingpower #release #mentalhealthrecovery #bloom - #regrann
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