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Getting past trauma and moving forward in life can be difficult. You may try to hide it and deny the impact, only to find yourself continuing to hurt and struggle. You may feel like you are alone in your pain; however, other people have experienced trauma and pain in their lives as well.  You can begin to work on your trauma by talking about it and opening up with others. You can look to them for inspiration to begin to get past your trauma. When you can talk to others and say “this happened to me,” that can be a huge first step in recovery.

Support groups can help you begin to work on your trauma. You might be struggling with an issue, like addiction or an eating disorder, that is rooted in trauma. You may be inspired by others in support groups that can help with these specific issues. Your community may have some support groups specializing in things like:

  • Grief
  • Depression
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Eating disorders
  • Anxiety and OCD
  • Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous (AA and NA)
  • Gambler’s Anonymous
  • Al-Anon and Alateen for families of those addicted 

Getting started on moving forward from your trauma can be difficult. You may need to be vulnerable and talk about things that you have a hard time bringing up. By getting into a support group and finding others struggling with similar traumas, you may find the courage that you need to begin healing.

Getting started to move past your trauma may involve finding inspiration in the courage of others. You can find this inspiration in many ways, like reading online articles from trauma survivors or getting into support groups. Many people with trauma also struggle with other issues, like mental health disorders, eating disorders, addiction, or managing grief. You may want to explore support groups to help yourself with any of these issues. While attending these groups, many people will share their stories. Some of these stories may mirror your own experience or inspire you to speak up. A big step forward in recovering from trauma is opening up about what has happened to you. If you are struggling to talk about your issues, you may need help within a safe and supportive environment. The Guest House is here for those suffering from trauma. Call us today at (855) 483-7800 to begin work on your trauma.