posted on Aug, 16 2017 @ 07:09 AM
Obviously these things are very personal and you have my full support and condolances.
However personally, having come from an abusive background whihc led to suicidal depression and PTSD I personally found it has made me a more loving,
stronger person in the long run (complete opposite in the short run) as the experiences taught me to be far more loving, couteous, aware of troubles
others may face and determined to do at least one good deep a day, no matter how big or small.
It's not easy, it requires you to face your worst fears, you need a good supporting people around you and a 'never say die' attitude - but the rewards
of turning a negative into a possitive (making sure others don't experience the same) is probably the most rewarding experiences I've had in life and
also help to get rid of the black dog associated with the past so I can draw a line under it and do my best to turn a major negative I wouldn't wish
on my worst enemy into a possitive thing of doing my best to help each others in similar situations.
Though all people and experiences are different - this is by no means a criticism, just a tip for what worked personally for me and should not be
attempted without proper support teams/doctors as it is very trying in the initial month or so.