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VMLyncha
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Hello @jazminviotman
Sorry it has taken a little while for you to get a rely to your post. You said you don’t know where to start in your recovery but it seems to me that writing on this forum may be a step in that direction. You have experienced a huge amount of loss and it is not unexpected that you would be struggling. I am wondering what might be a very small next step you could take to move in the direction you would like to head. Perhaps you can get some ideas about this by reading our fact sheets about grief and loss and recovery on our website.
see link below
https://griefline.org.au/resources/?asp_ls=&asp_active=1&asp_force_reset_pagination=1&p_asid=1&p_asp_data=1&termset%5Btopics%5D%5B%5D=10090&customset%5B%5D=resources&asp_gen%5B%5D=excerpt&asp_gen%5B%5D=content&asp_gen%5B%5D=title&filters_initial=0&filters_changed=1&qtranslate_lang=0&woo_currency=AUD&current_page_id=18514

Given your childhood experiences you may also want to look at the Blue Know Foundation website which is for survivors of childhood trauma. See link below.

Fact Sheets

You said that you were crying as you wrote your post and this is an important part of healing. I hope you will continue to find ways to express how you are feeling through this forum. by contacting the helpline on 1300 845 745 ( am to 6pm), and/ or finding a counsellor that you can relate to.

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