Best Tweets for Trauma Survivors is a weekly Friday feature. My selections are entirely subjective, and I know it will never be possible to include every great resource tweeted. But I can try! I’ve personally read all tweeted links, and believe them to be of great value.
Disclaimer: I am in no way responsible for content found on any other website. Stay safe, and don’t follow links if you believe you might be triggered by them. Also, I will not be re-checking links from older Best Tweets posts, and if the site’s archived URL is different from the one I’ve provided here, you may need to do a search on their site.
Please add your candidates for Best Tweets For Trauma Survivors in the comments.
@NAMIMass “Mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of, but stigma and bias shame us all.” ~ Bill Clinton #mhm2010
@LeadToday “You will either step forward into growth or you will step back into safety.” ~ Abraham Maslow
@szmick “It took me a long time not to judge myself through someone else’s eyes.” ~ Sally Field
@karenkmmonroy “If it’s truly your life, then why use someone else’s measuring stick of success?”
@rcinstitute “Wisdom Wednesday: wisdom is being able to see beneath the surfaces of things.”
@LillyAnn “When we stop being negative about our negativity, we liberate its energies for something more life-giving.”
@DeeLin76 “What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
@LillyAnn “The more conscious you become, the more aware you become of how unconscious you’ve been.”
@Tamavista “…here is my secret; it is only with the heart that one can see rightly, what is essential is invisible to the eye.” ~ Saint-Exupery
@SabineBraun “May we all be blessed with the wisdom to know our path, the courage to walk it, and the love to share it with others.”
@TherapyOnline Top 50 Counseling Blogs
[SEO: Divided into these categories: Personal Growth and Relationship Counseling; Addiction Counseling; Education Counselors; Caregiving Counseling; and For Counselors.]
@ssanquist How Trauma Impacts Your Sense of “Me-ness” – Part I
[SEO: It appears that Part II will be posted at a later date.]
@ValeskaCosci Treating child abuse trauma with EMDR
@abandontheherd Go with the flow today … At times it is very gentle. (via @ssanquist)
@JaneFriedman “Oprah mag often has thoughtful pieces by excellent writers, like this one:” 10 Life Lessons You Should Unlearn
@VoicesUnLtd People who hear voices don’t always need psych help. Sometimes the voices can guide everyday life. (via @BeyondMeds)
@GoodthingZ 33 Ways to Get and Keep Yourself Motivated
[SEO: Many of these are simple things to break your routine, so you look upon your tasks with a fresher eye. That’s often all it takes for me to get back into the flow.]