EMDR 5&6

I was told that EMDR would be tough.  That getting through to the other side would be a struggle, like going through a dark tunnel.  Now I’m experiencing it… it’s hard to explain the journey it takes you on.  After the last few sessions my therapist felt that I was approaching the bilateral stimulation tasks too logically, meaning I would […]

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My blog and I 

Now that I’ve firmly settled in back home I can feel the effect that challenging myself has had on me. I honestly feel so much stronger and secure in myself, my anxiety is hugely reduced and if I do experience it I am now less likely to panic or feel frightened. So I’m chuffed. I know this isn’t the end […]

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Living with a monster 

Living with a monster is what having to control PTSD feels like to me. It’s an endless cycle of oppressing my demon to prevent all hell breaking loose.  The best way I can describe it is with a diagram, excuse my poor drawing skills: The picture shows my silhouette with a rip through my chest. That’s where I feel all […]

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