@Sarfraz.Ali · Updated 22 Sep. 2020
Debbie Katz Free Spirit
@debkatz78 · Posted 22 Sep. 2020
If you don't know how your wounds came about or what directly caused them, it is hard to heal from them. If you do know, I agree with Ryan that you need to forgive those who hurt you. You also need to forgive yourself. Life is always moving forward and we only struggle when we are stuck physically, mentally, or emotionally in one place for too long.
@Pizzafan2020 · Posted 22 Sep. 2020
Try to forgive those that have hurt you as a child and that will help you to move on even though it might be hard to forgive.
@Techy.Rack · Posted 23 Sep. 2020
Trauma generates emotions, and unless we process these emotions at the time the trauma occurs, they become stuck in our mind and body. Instead of healing from the wounding event, the trauma stays in our body as energy in our unconscious, affecting our life until we uncover it and process it out. The healthy flow and processing of distressing emotions, such as anger, sadness, shame, and fear, is essential to healing from childhood trauma as an adult.
@Muneeb.Zafar · Posted 25 Sep. 2020
Of course, childhood mistakes within the past have an effect on our future. we'd like to try and do sensible deeds to correct our past mistakes. Like go to God, reading sensible books, meet with good people etc
@yurir · Posted 23 Sep. 2020
You don't necessarily have to forgive them to move on. Try not to force yourself to forgive and mingle with the people that hurt you unless they have genuinely changed and are trying to make amends. Put yourself first always.