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I have decided to start this "trauma diary." I m not sure why. My gut is telling me that it might be helpful. Finally, I found an article that goes a long way toward explaining what is happening to me. This morning, I searched the forum on "repressed memories" and spent a lot of time reading what others have written. I found this article on an old thread. I can t remember now who posted it, but I am sending him/her my gratitude. Symptoms of T

Suzie Burke - "That is the problem with repressed memory and dissociative identity disorder. Your...". soul, mind, memories, abuse, personality, trauma, dissociation, dissociative, recovered-memory, repressed-memory, endure, multiplicity, dissociative-identity-disorder, traumatic, multiple-personality


Repressed Memories: A Journey to Recovery from Sexual Abuse (Fireside Parkside Books) by Renee Fredrickson,


When a person experiences a traumatic event, especially as a child, it may not be remembered until well into adulthood. The term repressed memory is derived from the term dissociative amnesia, which is defined in as “an inability to recall important personal information, usually of a traumatic or stressful nature, that is too extensive to be explained by ordinary forgetfulness” The existence of repressed memories remains a controversial subject in the Psychological community

from Trauma and Dissociation

Forgetting the horrors of the past: repressed memories

Why I hate school; they teach fake history! George Orwell talks about how re-writing history destroys people, from our blog on repressed (recovered) memories


The Poem 6′ Memories are funny things. The concept of repressed memories is that a memory is unconsciously blocked by an individual due to the high level of stress or trauma contained in that memory. Even though the individual cannot recall the memory, it may still be affecting them consciously. Its a c .. #poetry #humantrafficking #noworkingtitle #givethemavoice #sexualabuse #recovery

from Trauma and Dissociation

Forgetting the horrors of the past: repressed memories

Forgetting the horrors of the past: repressed memories | Trauma and Dissociation


Repressed Memories of Child Abuse "To forget and to repress would be a good solution if there were no more to it than that. But repressed pain blocks emotional life and leads to physical symptoms. And the worst thing is that although the feelings of the abused child have been silenced at the point of origin, that is, in the presence of those who caused the pain, they find their voice when the battered child has children of his own. - Alice Miller Banished Knowledge ‪#‎childabuse‬