HORU August 6, 2015
"I am a survivor of childhood abuse and I have PTSD and I've been working on that a lot recently. It's just been really important for me to try to communicate to other people how difficult this is, and how kind of strangely shaped it makes you. And that it's something much more common than we imagine. And so, none of us should have to continue to believe we need bad treatment from people. Just because it may be people that are close to you, or people that you care about, you don't have to stick around for that. And none of us should assume that somebody who has some kind of problem or difficulty is just being whiny. You know, just because it doesn't look like what we imagine trauma to look like, or unhappiness to look like, doesn't mean it's not a valid thing."
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