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P.H.P. Healing Philosophy is simple, even if the actual process is not.

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  • Acceptance: Accept your disorder. Accept your symptoms. Accept yourself as you are. Now to clarify, that does not mean you need to love yourself, not yet that come later for some of us. But you do need to Accept yourself and your symptoms.
  • Education: Educate yourself on your disorder, on the symptoms, how your disorder affects your brain and chemical makeup. Educate your family and friends and know that not all of them will be helpful in this journey. You are responsible for being your own advocate and finding advocates for yourself. Seek help.
  • Accommodation: Accommodate your triggers and your disorder. Know that healing from C-PTSD or PTSD takes time and work and effort and determination. Do not give up. You are not alone. You are valid as is how you react to your disorder. This is nothing to be ashamed of. Try to stop blaming yourself. Be kind to yourself.
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