When abusers say, ‘You reap what you sow’ it means ‘you are the real cause of the abuse’. But is there truth to this old adage that abusers fail to see?
To release the past and embrace the future is such an important topic. Finding ways to find positive growth in adversity and trauma will help this process.
So let me start by saying that the positive we will we consider here is not some perky-pants denial accompanied by a chirpy, “Oh, I’m fine!” Why? You aren’t fine.
Here are some of our resources on positive thinking. I hope they will help you make the most of your day and bring you a shining future where you do not just survive but soar and thrive.
There are a few reasons why celebrating your success is important. All of them are worth your while, and all of them will make your healing journey easier.
Staying positive while recovering from abuse can be a challenging. It is only too easy to lose yourself in the darkness. The Positivity Portfolio can help!
If we are not suppose to stop ourselves from feeling the negative emotions, how can we adjust our emotional thermostat to positive.
We always try to keep a positive mind at SwanWaters, and that’s not always easy when talking about abuse. But we try because we feel it is vital to recovery
I just get fed up being a survivor sometimes. Because no matter how hard I try, there is pretty much not a single day where that status does not somehow come into play.