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Healing from SA

  1. Acknowledge how you feel. Ignoring your feelings will only intensify them.

  2. Be kind to yourself and take a break, It is okay to need time off.

  3. Seek out a therapist or professional help when you are ready.

  4. Find support whether it be in family, friends, or support groups.

  5. Try unique methods to cope like trauma-informed yoga or art.

  6. Pursue anything that makes you happy.

  7. Remember that it is okay to not be okay.

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