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After the psychopathic experience, life seems to stand still for a bit. We pour all of our energy into research, validation, and healing. The world around us stops while we work to regain a sense of self. But inevitably, life goes on. And as such, painful things continue to happen. Whether it be death, another breakup, loss of a beloved pet, an illness, or anything in between, we all experience pain. But after the psychopath, it's different. We find ourselves always going back to this: "I could have coped with this so much better if that psychopath thing had never happened."
But this negative energy you're feeling has a bigger & more important purpose. Instead of digging through old memories, allow yourself to let go. Cry as much as you need. Send out waves of loving energy, to heal where it is needed, or to touch what is already gone. You will find yourself exhausted, but also at peace, connected to something deeper than yourself.
Dealing with grief will never be the same again, but that doesn't have to be a bad thing. It only feels bad at first because we have no idea where to direct all of these new & overwhelming emotions. So we go back to what feels familiar - when we felt the absolute worst.
Another thing to keep in mind when you're feeling down like this: how many other things have become easier to cope with because of this whole experience? Most of us have found better friendships, healthier relationships, self-respect, boundaries, and a broader connection with humanity.
Negativity can work like a rolling snowball sometimes, and it's important to remember how far you have come. Give yourself some credit for pulling yourself out from the ashes.
You thrived from darkness. You do not need to fear it anymore.
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New Pain After the Darkness
After the psychopathic experience, life seems to stand still for a bit. We pour all of our energy into research, validation, and healing.
Article Author: Peace