The child abuse recovery process is challenging. If you don't understand the psychological issues behind child abuse, you may be missing opportunities to further your recovery. And you may not even realize it! This website is your opportunity to learn those issues. Then you can use this information to help yourself more effectively.
And by practical, I mean simple steps you can take RIGHT NOW to help keep your recovery moving forward. I've spent way too much time reading self help books and surfing the Internet looking for information to help those of us recovering from abuse. I got tired of buying self improvement material intended for a mass audience, and not specifically tailored to child abuse survivors.
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That's why the articles on this site will always be free. They will also be thoughtful and comprehensive, but the recovery tips in them will always be FREE.
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"Zen" is a school of Buddhism. It comes from the Sanskrit word dhyāna, which means meditation. Zen emphasizes the experience of enlightenment (or awakening) through direct experience.
This is what your recovery from child abuse will feel like. You will "awaken" parts of yourself you never knew you had, and you'll feel good about it in the process. The best part is, you get to do it in your own way, because you're in charge of your recovery.
These "awakenings" will happen as a result by directly applying and experiencing the effects of the personal development tips from this site.
I hope you have a nice day and an even better life.
Learning how to make friends. Honestly, what I've found is that it's the making of new friends (along with going to therapy) that helps you heal from some of the old wounds. It helps you learn to trust others again and find a life that's going to make you happy.
That's why I wrote my e-book, All You Need Is One: How To Make Friends After Being Abused, because I wished I had a guide that would have given me a system to start making new friends once I was ready (yes, that's a shameless plug for my book, but I'm really proud of it, and I know it's very helpful because I had a few other survivors read it and tell me so. So I know it will help you if you're a fellow survivor!)
ZenTactics has interviews with other survivors and personal growth experts, mental health articles covering issues such as anger and depression, inspiring quotations (you can also post your own inspiring quote on this site - click here), and personal development articles covering topics like motivation and goal-setting.
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