I believe that we have to work toward integration if our brains are going to heal. Integration occurs once trauma memory is fully assimilated into the fabric of our journey. Until then trauma memory remains out of time and place. This explains why we get so triggered…at times it may even feel as if we are right back at the first point of impact.

In order to integrate trauma memory we have to work toward dissonance.

In order to work toward dissonance we have to balance the scale by moving in the opposite direction.

In order to move in the opposite direction we have to acknowledge what has happened (or what is happening) so that we can take steps accordingly.

Acknowledgement is critical to the healing journey…there is no movement without it.

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