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It's Time We Truly Recognize Emotional and Mental Abuse as Trauma

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Broken is broken. People look for different ways to repair the broken pieces of our lives. Some might aim for a quick bandaid fix, such as accepting an unrepentant apology, while others might look to numb the brokenness using alcohol or online shopping.

There are also people who devote years to pulling out all of the broken shards and finding ways to let them go, whether that be through therapy or extremely hard self-reflection and boundaries.

Regardless of how we each treat brokenness, it doesn’t change that the damage and harm was done. Something that has been broken was treated in a way that resulted in it being broken.

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