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Title: Repressing shame, blame and trauma with dissociation might help us feel better at first
Author: Fraser Trevor
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Repressing shame, blame and trauma with dissociation might help us feel better at first – which is why we do it in the first place – but i...
Repressing shame, blame and trauma with dissociation might help us feel better at first – which is why we do it in the first place – but it isn’t a sustainable way to cope with our past traumas. A temporary solution that doesn’t address the root cause of our dissociations. 

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  1. Bamboo Gardens...“You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf.” – Dissociations come and go, and even increase and decrease in intensity as we experience them. While it’s easy to feel like a dissociation will go on forever and we have to react to them in some way, the opposite is true. If we ride the wave, the feelings of dissociation will pass. In time, surfing these urges will become easier as the waves will become less frequent, less intense and less uncomfortable.

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