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Cat yowl

June 25, 2019 - 17:40 -- Admin

When you have PTSD loud, sudden and or sharp noises trip your panic switch. A cat yowl is all three.The ginger cat would not stop, I think it's missing its substitute mum, and I couldn't find the ear protection for hot minutes of terrifying pussy action. Up until I did my panic escalated and I was now frightened. I'm still frightened.A workplace mental injury did that to me and it's a seeming ever wound.

Still mad

June 9, 2019 - 00:24 -- Admin

Ever since my surgeon told me my body was not my fault I've been mad. Not angry, mad. The rush of unfairness for a life I missed has left me steaming. I think I could have handled it if I'd been supported but I wasn't. So my unreasonable anger is reasonable. If time heals all wounds then it's going to take a while. Like fallen number eight long.The past; if only you could keep it there.

Triggered

June 6, 2019 - 12:31 -- Admin

The sexual abuse I suffered was mild; fondling by my child psychologist who diddled me via hypnotherapy. The hypnosis did not work and I watched through lidded eyes as he pulled my pants down and played with my junk.Twinned with that was the physical and mental debasement suffered 'neath a posh veneer.Child abuse stories make me sick.

Dickensian palace of fuckthuggery

June 2, 2019 - 12:04 -- Admin

I was having an angry brood about the before ago and I spat that out. It's true—it's as good a description of one of my schools that I've spat. The events of then are thirty years gone—but they echo in the now.It's fucked and debilitating. To be angered by past abuse is because you relived it.

Walked right into it

May 18, 2019 - 22:19 -- Admin

It was dark and I didn't see the bench so I walked right into It. The underside of my right knee struck first and I staggered abruptly and nearly fell. The left leg did the staggering and is wrenched.It was an unexpected result. I presumed smooth passage and ran into something I did not see.But I did not fall; upright I stayed. And a few steps later I was safe.That's a small comfort.

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