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quartzpebble ([personal profile] quartzpebble) wrote in [personal profile] azurelunatic 2017-02-14 07:52 pm (UTC)

There were aspects of CBT approaches that I found very useful, even while being actively (re)traumatized. They let me stop the thought-spirals and helped me accurately assess consequences and evaluate situations. I'm finding that it doesn't get to the underlying masses of shame-guilt-grief-fear, but it's helped me stop getting stuck in them in the moment and has given me some very useful skills.

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