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    My personal experience is that it doesn't, although someone can develop coping techniques to handle it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alciraenaya View Post
    Well, it depends on the person. I think that sometimes changes to your brain can be altered or fixed although the original trauma is still there. Trauma is what scars your brain. Then again, if you do heal, lucky you. People might look at the healed person with some envy. Oh you're healed, you're not bothered by that pain anymore!? Really! People who are drama queens btw, don't know any better. All they understand is stirring the pot, epigenetics factoring into that stirring or not.
    i dont think all people who get like this turn into drama queens...though i see what thats getting at. actually more probably withdraw and isolate....just my guess....rather than be socially weird....people deal with things differently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sdboutlaw View Post
    My personal experience is that it doesn't, although someone can develop coping techniques to handle it...
    i believe it can be healed.
    but i think its a long slow process....
    just my thoughts on this....

    probably depends on the extent....theres slightly crispy, and then totally fried...

    but yes i do think you can change this, heal this. once certain grooves are dug and one keeps spinning in them...well it becomes harder to skip the groove and get on a different track...but it can be done...and then that will affect the changes physiologically...

    well there is no normal anyway, so its not like you can ever go back to totally the beginning or "normal" but one can build upon whats there....and heal...become stronger than they were before.
    yes i think this can be done....heal from the adrenal burnout, and affect your hormones/brain chemistry/whatever else to get back into sync and get over the burnout effects....
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    i have/had PTSD... but it seems to be fading slowly. spiritual development helps with that.

    I understand what she said about people having envy. I notice that around and it's really weird.. wrong to me. People don't like when you're healthy, when you get over things.. they look weird to you, if you don't drink alcohol, if you don't drink soda, if you don't eat salt or sugar, if you have healthy habits, they don't like that, they don't like to see you feeling good, because they want you to be like or worse than them. They want everybody to stay in shit together, so romantic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sdboutlaw View Post
    My personal experience is that it doesn't, although someone can develop coping techniques to handle it...
    I'm a healer. I wouldn't be one if I didn't go through some pain of my own or believe that wholeness was eventually possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luciangus View Post
    i have/had PTSD... but it seems to be fading slowly. spiritual development helps with that.

    I understand what she said about people having envy. I notice that around and it's really weird.. wrong to me. People don't like when you're healthy, when you get over things.. they look weird to you, if you don't drink alcohol, if you don't drink soda, if you don't eat salt or sugar, if you have healthy habits, they don't like that, they don't like to see you feeling good, because they want you to be like or worse than them. They want everybody to stay in shit together, so romantic.
    In college I developed some awful habits that gave me some really bizarre acne i'm still trying to shake. Sugar causes cystic acne vulgaris. People don't like other people feeling good, they want to continue victim thought. They'd rather people stay victimized than heal. They can't see themselves as whole. Yes, romantic! What a planet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leila View Post
    i dont think all people who get like this turn into drama queens...though i see what thats getting at. actually more probably withdraw and isolate....just my guess....rather than be socially weird....people deal with things differently.

    You got my personality right there, withdraw and be away from people instead of have to be social. I'm feeling wary about a social event I want to be at but I'm going and then leaving at a prescribed time to go home where I can feel like I can hang out until I leave in the evening. I withdraw, I isolate. It isn't a healthy way to live but at least it keeps me out of toxic environments. I keep myself away from people just in case. I guess you could say I've forgotten how to determine if I can genuinely trust someone. Lately though with a new friend I've cultivated, I feel that i can trust her better than certain people I'm not calling back.


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