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Title: We start to undergo the disintegrating work of ten stage grief
Author: Fraser Trevor
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  We start to undergo the disintegrating work of ten stage grief, we cling to what is constant within us—our core of truth in our child wi...


 
We start to undergo the disintegrating work of ten stage grief, we cling to what is constant within us—our core of truth in our child within. What is collapsing around us is false.  We make our decisions to align with our truth, and now we put our decision into practice. We are ready to endure the onslaught of feelings we have held in check for a lifetime—the upwelling grief over the tragedy of our childhood. Grieving is our true response to trauma—and the one response we were never allowed to feel. We have now created a safe and private space to feel our pain, our rage, and our hatred for our abusers. We recognise all these feelings as part of our grief process we embrace them. We acknowledge that our abusers hurt us because they failed to evolve beyond their own traumatic histories, but we do not exonerate their cruel errors. Instead we break the cycle. This will neither change our past nor change those who abused us, but it will change us. Grieving is our rebirth into an honest adult self.Birthed by our relationship to our perfect child within.

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