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ReU Trauma Recovery Network

ReU 創傷復原網絡

我們的焦點 Our focuses:

創傷; 解離; 創傷後壓力症(PTSD); 解離症; 解離性身份障礙(DID); 多重人格障礙(MPD); 人格分裂症; 幻聽; 焦慮; 恐懼; 驚恐; 失眠; 情緒問題; 人際關係困難; 家庭暴力; 童年創傷; 精神健康; 研究; 教育

Trauma; Dissociation; Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD); Dissociative disorders; Dissociative identity disorder (DID); Multiple personality disorder (MPD); Split personality disorder; Hearing voices; Anxiety; Panic; Phobia; Insomnia; Emotional problems; Interpersonal issues; Family violence; Childhood trauma; Mental health; Research; Education

我們不能控制或改變過去發生的事情,但我們現在就能作出改變

We cannot control or change what happened in the past, but we can make a change now!

過去的經歷可能為您的身心帶來影響,但只要您願意,您也可以改變您的身心(e.g., 練習、治療、正念、學習、結交好友)。

The past experiences may have impacts on your body and mind, but if you want you can also change your body and mind (e.g., exercises, therapy, mindfulness, learning, making good friends).

迴避是人之常情的反應。可是,有時候,當您逃避不好的事情的同時,您也在逃避一些好的事情

Avoidance is an understandable reaction. But, sometimes, when you are avoiding bad things, you are also avoiding good things.

壞消息!研究顯示,壞的事情可以改變我們的大腦!

Bad news! Research shows that bad things can change our brain!

但也有個好消息!研究表明,正面的經驗也能改變大腦!現在已有參照實證證據的方法支援創傷倖存者。

But there is also a good news! Research shows that positive experiences can also change the brain! There are evidence-informed approaches to support trauma survivors.

如果您在一些經歷後出現身心反應,這是完全可以理解的。記住,這不是您的錯。您可以慢慢改善的。

If you have body/mind reactions after some experiences, it is totally understandable. Remember, it is not your fault. You can improve step by step.

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