Surviving Guilt Syndrome

Nicole reid
Posted September 1, 2019 from Australia

with all the violence going in the world today, with counties being invaded,mass shootings in the united states. surviving trauma is one of the most hardest things to deal with sitting there thinking if i did not send him there or if i had only done that can be live changing often leading to depression and anxiety. it time that we make a change less educate each other less talk less empower each other with the tools to become  independent and regain our lives . follow my Facebook page  where i will continue to post more content https://www.facebook.com/Nicole-Meredith-Reid-health-and-wellness-111922...

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Lisbeth
Sep 01
Sep 01

Thanks for sharing. I can imagine it's not easy for you all. I hope and pray things improve for all of us.

Nicole reid
Sep 02
Sep 02

thank you for you thoughts.

Jill Langhus
Sep 02
Sep 02

Hi Nicole,

What a great idea and initiative:-) Thanks so much for sharing your inspiring new initiative and FB page. I liked it and hope that others do as well, soon. You have such a big, beautiful heart. It's lovely to see it blossoming and for you to follow your passion and mission.

I'm curious about your guilt, though. Why do you feel responsible for your siblings, or why did you, or both? And, have you done any forgiveness practices, like Ho’oponopono? You may want to try this. It does help over time, and repeatedly: https://harmonyhealthmassage.com/practicing-hooponopono-in-four-simple-s...

Let us know how your page/group goes, and good luck:-)

Nicole reid
Sep 02
Sep 02

child insistingly have an inner survival mode to protect the mother. mother have this it is called mother bear children have this same instinct. a lot of my guilt i feel is subconscious and beyond my control. every body how has witnessed trauma has or is going thru this. and if they feel there not alone then i have really done my job .thank you for you link i have never heard of hooponopono

Jill Langhus
Sep 04
Sep 04

I see. Interesting. I'm not sure if all do, though, unfortunately.

I think your guilt is within your control, though, dear. Take your power back and know that there are several healing modalities out there for you and that you can peel back all the layers of hurt, and eventually become whole again. I believe wholeheartedly this is true for you and everyone who has experienced trauma.

I agree that helping other trauma survivors to not feel alone is empowering.

Let me know what you think of ho'oponopono. It's one of the many tools available to us to help us on our healing journey. I also highly recommend Solfeggio, tapping, meditation, and journaling, to name a few modalities that are free, and easy to use, to help us.

Hope you're having a good week!

Nicole reid
Sep 06
Sep 06

i may write an article on this topic as far as the facebook page gos i will delete that as not much interests

Jill Langhus
Sep 06
Sep 06

Okay, but I hope you don't give up on your mission and goals.

Hope you're having a good day, and that you have a great weekend!

Beth Lacey
Sep 02
Sep 02

I am glad you are on World Pulse, because you can't get over your trauma alone. Your World Pulse sisters are here for you

Hello, Nicole,

How brave and bold you are to raise your voice concerning Guilt Syndrome. It's not easy to survive trauma. But here you are standing, and even rising up to reach and help others as well.

Thank you for sharing your initiative. You are such a wonderful person. Stay brave!

Hugs