As we stumble blindly thru this world learning the daily tricks of the trade, most who aren’t oblivious to their emotions cycle thru an onslaught of dissimilar feelings throughout the course of their day. From devilish like emotions resemblant of anger to the simple bliss’ that can remind us of the innocence of childhood, there is a slew of different core feelings that we experience on our spectrum. Of those, addicts particularly love to feel sorry for themselves. We are the absolute best at victimization. Yet, what if there’s something bigger at hand and it’s not victimizing? Where do we draw the fine line in the sand separating something like trauma and the enjoyment of being a martyr?

There’s always that type of person that clings onto the victim responsibility hardcore and embodies the very definition of self-oppression. Even so, there those that have dealt with things that leave a much larger footprint. Things that require time and remedial treatment to help heal the wound. Nobody’s perfect at all. After all, we are all human beings having a questionable experience we call the journey of life. Often times the unexpected happens, but it’s a matter of how we deal with it. Do we let it fester for a lifetime, or do we process everything and move forward as stronger people? This is where trauma resolution therapy comes into play.

The Lowdown On TRT

Trauma resolution therapy can be broken down into many processes, most of which can root down to that of talking one on one with a therapist or counselor in a private setting. This type of therapy is generally dependent on a number of variables, some of which include being ready for things like:

  • Honesty
  • Willingness
  • Self Assessment
  • Self Disclosure
  • Open-Mindedness
  • Emotional Stability

All of these are factors that must be addressed before any serious trauma resolution therapy can begin to take place. Trauma resolution therapy is essentially the idea of breaking things down that we identify as post-traumatic stress and understanding why they cause the deep-rooted discomfort that seems to never heal.

No matter where we are or what we are doing, the trauma can come back to us whether we like it or not. This is where we begin to see the void between trauma and victimization. One is more a choice, wherein the other is unavoidable. It can be as simple as a smell, sound, or sight that launches a sense of discomfort as unwarranted memories flood the forefronts of our minds. However, trauma resolution therapy is like an art form that teaches techniques that help us trudge thru these painful remembrances.

Soars To Scabs

Understanding trauma also means understanding that it doesn’t have to be a tragic event necessarily. The practice of trauma resolution therapy helps to break down the fact that trauma can be any past event, whether simple or difficult, that causes an array of emotions that can be upsetting, exciting, confusing, or simply uncomfortable. It helps those who utilize it truly understand what trauma actually is. Most don’t realize that the effects of what they deal with on that subconscious layer is often correlated to the trauma. Unfortunately, whatever the reason of the trauma, there’s usually a reason why most stuff it down and attempt to remember to forget.

Be that as it may, trauma resolution treatment is a painless process that involves recalling certain events and working in a productive manner to understand them entirely with that therapist- or even in a group setting in some instances. The goal is for it to be painless though. Patients are not required to undergo the moments or relive the discomfort of their past necessarily. They are educated how to address them in a mature, calm manner that can help them dislodge the trauma from upstairs. In the end, the simple goal is to eliminate the emotions, thoughts, or memories that may be associated with any preexistent form of trauma.

Scabs To Scars

When it comes to looking at trauma resolution therapy a little deeper, it’s imperative to note the keyword of it. Trauma. Resolution. Therapy. There is a solution implied in the name of TRT. Breaking down the terminology allows us to realize that this is a form of psychotherapy that focuses particularly on how we react to those traumas. It’s about allowing ourselves to be present and aware as we face all the challenges of life head-on. When you stop and think about it, life is never so much about what happens to us exactly but is more so how we end up reacting to it. Then to make the equation even a little more complicated, we bring addicts and alcoholics into the mix.

When in active addition, we tend to think extremely irrationally allowing our alcoholic thinking to take over in its rude and inconsiderate ways. This can increase and heighten the negative feelings that some traumas bring us. So as magnificent as trauma resolution therapy can be, it can be a lot harder if we allow the chemicals to keep stuffing the problems down like addiction would like. It takes a clear and ready mind to deal with trauma in the way that TRT requires. If we can just kick all the garbage substances to the curb, the true healing can finally begin in so many ways. Getting better has never been easier when you give yourself the chance. It’s just a simple matter of natural mental restoration.

Saying Goodbye To Trauma

Alcoholic thinking is a devilish disease that will turn your world upside down. It sure doesn’t help when there are other handicaps involved. Dealing with trauma is never something of ease, but something that will improve the quality of life further than we can dream- if we give it a chance. The same goes for recovery from our addiction: it’s all about the effort put forward. If you or a loved one has been struggling with the victim role and could use detoxification or a little bit of help, please call (866) 300-6955 or visit Our team of specialists are excited to help catapult your life toward something you can be proud of.