Repair The Damage Chat

 



Anger management
On with Manya
what makes you angry? is it mostly life's hardships, or other people, or yourself?

are you comfortable with anger? do you feel you have too much, too little, or just the right amount of it? how do you express it? what do you do with the leftovers, if any?

is your approach to anger now different from how it was during abuse or more or less the same? do you want to change anything about your anger management?


How to live life while healing from abuse
On with Z.J.
How do you continue working on trauma, while juggling the pressures of relationships (romantic or otherwise), kids, work, and just day to day stuff. Tell us works for you, and perhaps find a new idea along the way.



Dealing with medical appointments.
On with WeepingWillow
For various reasons survivors have a hard time with medical appointments. This chat will give us the chance to discuss those common fears and share strategies to cope with these




Compensating for upheavals in our lives.
On with WeepingWillow
Many survivors find getting through every day life difficult when things are running well, how do we compensate for when things are not going well? There is a bare minimum of functioning that needs to happen. How do you decide which things have priority? How do you work around the things that did not get done?




On Vacation Till Further Notice
On with WeepingWillow
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Dealing with realistic nightmares.
On with WeepingWillow
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Hobbies
On with WeepingWillow
Hobbies are a great way to stave off depression, and groups are known to help with the isolation that often comes with it.




Dealing with new people
On with WeepingWillow
We all have to learn to deal with meeting new people from time to time, how do we handle these situations?




How the healing process affects us.
On with WeepingWillow
The healing process causes changes in your outlook and sometimes your boundaries and many other changes. How do we all handle those changes?




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