Trauma and Repressed Memories: It's a natural function only useful to a certain point
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(03-10-2018, 03:57 AM)genba Wrote: cutting fire lines is an informal version of cutting firebreaks, which are a different thing from back-burns, which are also firebreaks. the main difference is whether or not more fire is used, but that point seems completely lost on you.

a firefighter should know this. you should also know at this point i'm not a dumb ass, i'm a smart ass. :)

Well that is fine, but remember no one likes a smart arse.
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#22
>Well that is fine, but remember no one likes a smart arse.

that's true... they love them! at least while said smart-assery isn't directed at them, at which point they hate the smart ass.
rhombus will set you free.
“Just look at us. Everything is backwards, everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, psychiatrists destroy minds, scientists destroy truth, major media destroys information, religions destroy spirituality and governments destroy freedom.” ― Michael Ellner
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#23
(03-10-2018, 04:22 AM)genba Wrote: >Well that is fine, but remember no one likes a smart arse.

that's true... they love them! at least while said smart-assery isn't directed at them, at which point they hate the smart ass.

No they don't love them you auty aspy weirdo they get punched in the fucking head! Big Grin
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#24
>No they don't love them you auty aspy weirdo they get punched in the fucking head! [Image: http://www.sectual.com/images/smilies/biggrin.png]

that's totally not a hateful response that proves my point. no sirree bob.
rhombus will set you free.
“Just look at us. Everything is backwards, everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, psychiatrists destroy minds, scientists destroy truth, major media destroys information, religions destroy spirituality and governments destroy freedom.” ― Michael Ellner
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#25
(03-10-2018, 04:52 AM)genba Wrote: >No they don't love them you auty aspy weirdo they get punched in the fucking head! [Image: http://www.sectual.com/images/smilies/biggrin.png]

that's totally not a hateful response that proves my point. no sirree bob.

Slimy wanker!
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#26
I've met a lot of recovering individuals who seem content to make a lifelong career of dwelling on their past trauma instead of getting over it and moving on. While recovery may be a lifelong process, it just seems to me like they're stuck in that "recovering" rut. The point of recovery, in my opinion, is to reach a stage where you can let it go. That's why I'm not all that interested in focusing on trauma these many years down the road. At my age, there's very little that can happen to undo the way my personality has developed. It would also take too much energy to keep the anger and resentment going for this long. That's energy I'd rather expend on doing something useful.
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#27
Are there people that create trauma as a part of their job?
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#28
>Are there people that create trauma as a part of their job? 

yes. the mainstream media creates a lot of trauma on a daily basis. this was actually my first tip off years ago about alex jones, when he'd get in that mode of yelling and speaking from the point of the elites berating his listeners. i was midway through collating a video of such segments when i stopped. i did not care to produce such content, even if it was exposing it. it sickened me.

trauma based mind control is a matured system they've been employing for too long. christianity is actually one of these too, inflicting the trauma of fear and guilt to control behavior.
rhombus will set you free.
“Just look at us. Everything is backwards, everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, psychiatrists destroy minds, scientists destroy truth, major media destroys information, religions destroy spirituality and governments destroy freedom.” ― Michael Ellner
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#29
that was extremely well said original post   , everything said very plainly   

its scary to confront demons in our past  whether we are the innocent victim or not

i have a huge problem with acceptance and forgiveness which are key to peacefulness 

sometimes things are also confusing as nobody is perfect and life is  a struggle for most

the more information we have the less easy it becomes to ascribe blame
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#30
(03-10-2018, 06:28 AM)genba Wrote: trauma based mind control is a matured system they've been employing for too long. christianity is actually one of these too, inflicting the trauma of fear and guilt to control behavior.

"Give us your cell number to secure your account."

"If you turn off GPS, you may not be able to find your phone."

Translation: "We want to watch every move you make."
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#31
Trauma creates a 'ripple effect'...

Immediately following trauma, one is put into 'survival mode'...

This mode persists for days, weeks, months, years.

Then the first 'ripple' of residual trauma damage hits, and there's an emotional come apart process.

After that, things smooth out again...

Then after one has 'recovered' enough from the previous trauma wave, and has the necessary fortitude to weather another one...

The next trauma wave/ripple comes.

And this is a successive process, until the 'ripples' are smaller and smaller.

Depending on the scope of the trauma, this process can last a lifetime.
God made me funky...
And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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