I am wondering if there ever comes a time when our traumatic experiences do NOT define who we are, what we think on, how we conduct our lives and relationships, when they are not so to the forefront of who and what we are. I know my life is richer and more detailed and more appreciated because of what I have so far overcome, but I'm not wanting this and other tragedies in my life to define ME. Does it get better in time, slip to the fringes of defining my life, or will it always be in the forefront of not only my mind, but how I define myself.................Does this question make any sense?
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