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Learning to accept your past and move forward in recovery can be challenging. You may have experienced trauma in the past that seems to have a grip on your daily life. You may feel afraid of making changes or be worried about what can happen in the future. When you experience trauma, your mind begins to look at things differently. You may be in denial of what had happened or be in denial of the impact. Due to the complexity of trauma and the cause of your trauma, you may be struggling with acceptance. After all, how can you accept something that has happened to you as a victim?

Accepting your past may be the key to moving forward and letting go. Your traumatic experience is not your fault. You are not to blame for what had happened to you. You may fight within yourself by saying that things were not so bad or that they did not hurt you. This denial is a means of not accepting your past. Despite the circumstances behind your trauma, you may need to accept your past, good or bad, in order to move on. By working through the pain, you can rebuild your life outside of your trauma. You can begin to heal when you accept the past and move on. You deserve to live your best life. Remember that acceptance is part of the healing process. Keep this thought in your mind during the difficult path ahead in recovery. You are worth the challenge!

Learning to accept your past can be a vital step to moving forward in your recovery. You may need to gain some perspective on your past and learn that you have the power to change your future. Your past may have been riddled with traumatic experiences that make you feel like you have no control over your destiny. You may feel like you are going to continue feeling bad or that you cannot move on from traumatic experiences. Recovery is a lifelong journey and you can move forward by moving through your pain. The Guest House can help those suffering from the effects of trauma. We offer concierge-style treatment to help you find your own pathway to recovery. Our staff members are trained to help those dealing with trauma to find acceptance to move on from the past. Call us today at (855) 483-7800 to get started on your trauma work.