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Day 82: Nonsexual Nurturing Touch

Posted by intrepidshe , in Healing Work, Touch 02 March 2014 · 162 views

Mar. 2, 2014 (11 Days Into Becoming):
The biggest struggle for me is the ache I feel because of the absence of nurturing in my childhood. This pain begins with my mom, who could not hold me and who was overwhelmed by my intensity.  I have recently started to tell myself that nurturing is a need, not a want. I don't just deserve nurturing,...


Day 81: The Measure of the Wound

Posted by intrepidshe , in Healing Work 02 March 2014 · 148 views

Mar. 1, 2014 (10 Days Into Becoming):
A fellow journeyer on the SA healing path articulated in a way that really touched me, an issue with which I often struggle.
You want to know something? I felt pretty stupid posting here - that is the negative thought I battled past.  My story, is not as important, traumatic as others- is what my m...

About Intrepid She

This is a moderated PUBLIC blog. This blog is a therapeutic tool I am using to help me get over my fear of doctors (which is made difficult by a history of abuse by them) to learn to grieve, and ultimately to integrate my dis-integrated heart.


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To the many others walking your own version of this path, I wish you well on your journey. -Intrepid


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March 2014


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