It’s interesting how something that you seem and believe strongly to have gotten over can still affect you years afterward. Even something that on the…

It’s interesting how something that you seem and believe strongly to have gotten over can still affect you years afterward. Even something that on the surface may seem minor can have lasting effects. You may be doing something that doesn’t seem even remotely related to a memorable event, but something as mundane as say, doing the dishes or vacuuming the house just triggers that memory.   I know the suggestion that someone who is bothered by a bad memory should talk about is overly cliched and obvious, so I’m not going to elaborate on that. Sometimes dwelling on an event that happened ages ago can be bad as well. But then, what’s a better way to deal with something like that? Keep silent and hope you forget or let it out? Do we face what occurred or do we simply let go and move on?   – Allyson

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