Notes about Trauma & A Survivor’s Perspective.

Hello once again to all our readers! We are so happy to have each of you join us as we continue to seek Jesus and His will and plan for our lives. Our journey’s are each so different and special to us. I hope each of us can look back over our lives and see God’s hand, plan and protection. God is Faithful and He is Good!

We then that are strong ought to bear the infirmities of the weak, and not to please ourselves. Romans 15:1

Trauma – a deeply distressing or disturbing experience; an emotional response to a terrible event.

In the next few post we are going to take a look at what trauma is and maybe touch a little on how it effects the brain. Most of us have experienced trauma in some form whether small or big. We will also be pulling from an article from a survivor friend of ours. If you have experienced trauma you can likely identify with the story. If not, I encourage you to still read it and learn what you can because you will be able to care better when you understand the person dealing with trauma and what actually happens in the brain when trauma occurs. I personally have several siblings that have suffered from trauma in the past. It breaks my heart to think they are suffering the consequences of other people’s choices. They are dealing with so much heartache, pain, being misunderstood all because someone else did not choose right or most of all, Jesus. Let’s band together to gain knowledge and understanding of the hurting and trauma survivor’s around us.

Words: Damarus

Published by Pursuing Our Purpose

Welcome! We are two sets of sisters that are best friends; longing to live the purpose and design that God has specially planned for every one of us. We would love to have you come along with us as we learn what it looks like to be a true woman glowing with an inward beauty that comes from our Heavenly Father.

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