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In psychology, analogous to trauma in medicine, a psychological, emotional or mental trauma is a psychological injury that is accompanied by a strong psychological shock and can be caused by very different experiences. The term is non-specific and is used to describe the experience of a dis-crepancy between a threatening event or an event experienced as a threat and the individual's ability to process what has been experienced. Both can differ in numerous characteristics such as quality, expression and consequences. (source: Wikipedia)


way to healing:

God is my comfort. His love heals my wounds.


I look forward and no longer

think about the past.

The present and my future

are in the handsof God, my Father.

I forgive those who have wronged me

and pray for them to repent.

bible verse:

"The Lord is on my side; I will not fear: what can man do unto me?"


(The Bible: Psalm 118, verse 6)    




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