What is the best way to overcome abuse and trauma?

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Post by kelvinmwaniki17 » 26 Jul 2018, 06:54

I think you should seek counceling and also rely on the support of friends and family.

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Post by mheldionisio » 29 Jul 2018, 18:25

No not only the alcoholic father is responsible if the girl has a mother she can bring her to art school to grow her talent in art and meet new friends. So that through that she forgot all the bad things happen to her.

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Post by Samuel Waragu » 30 Jul 2018, 04:21

I think that it is simple for writers to describe abusive scenes if they are able to connect with their own writing. In cases where the author has to imagine a scene, it may be somehow challenging especially if the author and the character in writing are of different gender.
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Post by christabel88 » 30 Jul 2018, 05:50

I believe the best way is to talk about it, to a psychologist, a friend, a kind listening ear. Just speak up and don't keep it bottled up because that would cause more damage!

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Post by Kusse jattani kusse » 30 Jul 2018, 17:14

Have been abused for so many things but what a mature person should have to do is to just take his nor her time and just concentrate on how to overcome those allegations to prove them wrong

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Post by Marlaya » 30 Jul 2018, 18:12

I feel like the child is very mature for standing up for herself for her father mistreating her. Most people don't stand up for themselves because they don't want their treatment worse but the people that standing up to their father is very brave indeed to stand up to an acholic of a father. How I would personally due with the abuse is seek counseling because a therapist could help you find a way to a recovery. But I agree the nother is definitely at fault too because she had allowed it to get this far to where the husband turns abusive but on the other hand it never no one fault to where someone that you're related to could do such a thing to just a child and the mother.

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Post by LisaGreen » 10 Aug 2018, 12:34

Patience and meditation is the best way to overcome abuse or trauma. Depression and eyes sights loss are some effects with mediation you can overcome through the facts.

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