3 Ways Fight Back the Trauma of Abuse

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If you’ve been abused (God forbid) at any stage of your life, then you can understand that it is not easy to get over the trauma. The healing form, both physical or emotional abuse, is the most challenging thing that one may have done in their life. Sure, there is help out there, but sometimes the trauma drains every ounce of energy from you, and it becomes challenging to trust someone with help. But, all of this doesn’t mean that you spend the rest of your life in the unspeakable suffrage. 

You can, and you should fight back the trauma of abuse to move in your life. To get out of the trauma, you need complete closure. Your abuser must not roam free, and you should make them pay for what they have done to you. The real question is, how one should do it? 

Here in this blog, I’ve narrowed down some ways that will help you to fight both your trauma and abuser. Give it a read and find out what you need to do.

Keep Moving No Matter What 

The horrors of abuse can haunt you for the rest of your life. The abuse ends, but the trauma lives on. But, you need to stand on your feet once again. If not for yourself, then for others who might become another victim of your abuser. 

For this, you have to keep moving and inspiring yourself to do the right thing. If you are stuck in the state of trauma for too long, then it’ll do you no good. Above all, you may not ever be able to help someone just like you.

Figure Out Your Method 

Now, you need to figure out on your own how you want to do this. Either you want to call your abuser and face everything that comes with it, or if you want to do it anonymously. If your abuser is someone famous, then there will be a lot of backlashes. If you are not ready to fight a new war of cyberbullying, then you must consider doing so anonymously. Doe is an anonymous online platform that allows you to share your story for the rest of the world anonymously. 

This way, you can generate discourse about abuse without revealing your identity. 

Time to Claim Back Your Peace of Mind 

As I’ve said earlier, a full closure is a must to get back to normal life. Once you’ve called out your abuser, it can really help you to move on and start a new and healthy life. Your abuser has done enough damage to you. Don’t let them scar you for life by keeping the trauma inside you.




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Thanks for sharing!

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