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Our Darkest Secrets: The Link Between Sexual Abuse and Addiction

“Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It’s perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we’ve learned something from yesterday.” – John Wayne The above quote appears on the first page of Michelle Peterson’s inspiring website,…Read More

Do the Impossible: Healing From Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

PTSD is an invisible monster. It disguises reality. When I was sucked into what I learned to call the trauma vortex, I often couldn’t distinguish between what was real and what wasn’t. I thought I was going crazy. PTSD told me this over and over again: You’re not safe. You…Read More

Washed Away: From Darkness to Light

Author, speaker, and mental health advocate, Nikki DuBose, epitomizes the word brave. She courageously talks about tough topics that others shy away from. I know, because I am one. For a long time, I wasn’t prepared to talk about my own trauma. (I didn’t even realize I had experienced trauma.)…Read More

I Recovered from PTSD and an Eating Disorder and You Can, Too

I’m going crazy, I thought as I grabbed a cookie out of the trashcan during an out-of-control binge at 22-years-old. Who does that? I wondered, absolutely disgusted with myself. Unfortunately, my solution to end the confusing and chaotic relationship that I had with food turned into: just don’t eat. Of…Read More

I Could Have Been That Girl: Is PTSD Incurable?

“I could have been that girl,” author and friend June Alexander wrote to me regarding the recent news coverage about a woman in her twenties who was allowed to choose physician-assisted suicide for what the Dutch Euthanasia Commission deemed ‘incurable’ posttraumatic stress disorder, PTSD. Tragically, like June, this woman had…Read More