I would not look upon my anger as something foreign to me that I have to fight. I have to deal with my anger with care, with love, with tenderness, with non-violence. - Thich Nhat Hanh Drowning In thought: Seeking A Corridor of Courage. By: Francesca Seopa Lost in words Drowning in thought Seeking a corridor … Continue reading Drowning In Thought: Seeking A Corridor of Courage.
This has been the hardest road I ever travelled on. This Journey of finding myself and who I was destined to be after trauma has not been easy. I hope that this gives people hope that one can come out victorious even when they had gone through circumstances that were unbearable. I really travelled through … Continue reading When I Finally Knew My Worth
As a child I felt myself to be alone, and I am still, because I know things and must hint at things which others apparently know nothing of, and for the most part do not want to know. Loneliness does not come from having no people about one, but from being unable to communicate the … Continue reading Falling In Love After Trauma
And such indescribable and sublime loneliness. I wanted to protect you from fate. The fate that carries you away further and further... Let us rebuild a healthy state of mind. Sending you angel love and blessings. Love, Francesca.
People will move on. Even when you treat them like gold. Even when you truly care about them and they truly care about you. And there's nothing you can do to stop them. Nor should you.Kristen Hadeed, Permission To Screw Up Thank you for being with me. Let us rebuild a healthy state of mind. … Continue reading People Will Move On
After trauma the world is experienced with a different nervous system. The survivor's energy now becomes focused on suppressing inner chaos at the expense of spontaneous involvement in their life. These attempts to maintain control over unbearable physiological reactions can result in a whole range of physical symptoms, including auto-immune diseases. - Bessel A. Van … Continue reading After Trauma
Things a partner should do: Communicate with their partner about their illness.Read up on your partner's mental or chronic illness.Make sure that your partner and yourself set boundaries and take care of yourselves. Things a partner with a mental illness may think: I just want you to listen.Just tell me that everything is going to … Continue reading Dating Someone with a Mental Illness
It's been a while since I've last written on the blog. I took a break during this pandemic to center myself despite people all over the world panicking, including myself. I am grateful to be here, alive, today and be able to share my thoughts with all of you. During my first university experience I … Continue reading Paranoia and Bullying
The Nervous System Nerves form and transport information. If nerves are developed entirely, then people can self regulate. If the nerves’ connections are not well connected they tend to get lost, and lost permanently. This then results in people not being able to form proper relationships or relating in the correct way to suit a … Continue reading Students and Trauma
Here I am. Siting on this bench. And me, I remain alone, Entangled in My love affair With solitude. Thank you for being with me. Let us rebuild a healthy state of mind. Sending angel love and blessings. Love, Francesca.