How do I manage my emotional trauma?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

There are several strategies you can employ to help manage your emotional trauma alongside any treatment you may be receiving. You should remember that recovering from trauma is usually not a quick process. Do not try to rush yourself into a healthy state. Accept your feelings without feeling guilty about them. Ask for support; talking to a trusted family member, counselor or friend might help you make sense of your feelings.

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