i think when you have ptsd from living a hellish nightmere of a childhood where you were not able to ever be safe you are going to have a real struggle with your ptsd. you don't have any foundation. you need the compassion and mercy of others to learn trust. it's hard to accept that compassion and mercy tho because it wretches the soul to accept that you deserve it. i hope i can soothe my sorrow by reaching out my hand and joining others with understanding.
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