As I began to talk, trust and feel my eyes slowly opened. Through my recovery process and my pain I discovered how the bully gained access to my life and to my world. I discovered how the bully perpetuated the lie.
Through my recovery process and my pain I became aware of what was blocking the peace that I longed for in my life. I found that I needed to work through the pain to get beyond the pain. I had to do the work to gain the awareness, to move beyond the awareness to a place of acceptance. A place of acceptance where I could stop losing myself.
With my awareness, I realized that I had to move beyond the pain through the pain before I could accept what had occurred to me — without blaming anyone.
I found that I had to do the work to gain the acceptance before I could take the action to stop being bullied. I discovered that I had to do the work before I could break free of the denial systems that contained the lie. Through my recovery process and my pain, I began to realize that I had been living my life through vicarious demands.
Through my recovery process and my pain I discovered that– over the years — I had willingly discarded parts of myself in an attempt to comply with the demands of the bully.
For more insight, please read my article Displaced Sadness
Please read Part 5 of Traumatic Brain Injury and the Bully by clicking on this link: Part 5. Thank you.
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