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Posted by LikeCharlotte , 15 April 2013 · 10 views

I am keeping this short because I am doing alright other than one incident. Friday night I was triggered, and I am not sure what it could have been. Possibly just an argument.
I don't remember the whole thing clearly. I only remember bits right now but I freaked out. I think I was pushed from behind but I was already upset. I don't know.
My picking has stopped so I am not going to try too hard to remember just yet. I feel much better today and I want to stay that way for now. I will try to remember soon.



sometimes i feel the same way i just dont know what started it but i remember the feeling of being soooo mad and sad at the same time sometimes i just get sad for no reason at all like the sky is blue and the grass is green i just dont know!!! well i hope your days get better and stay better :huh:
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May 16 2013 03:51 AM
I am looking into attachment disorders because sometimes I think it is more than PTSD. I don't know and I am not ready to go back into therapy. It sometimes feels like rage but it isnt outward. I want to hide and get away, not confront. Then I go away...
Usually I know what triggers me or at least where it started but every once in a blue moon somthing happens and I can't find the trigger. I am sometimes lucky I remember at all. This day is gone from my mind now. I only remeber being pushed from behind. Its frustrating.

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