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Thanks for your comments, Lisa. I'm glad it was clarifying. It sounds like treatment for that trauma could be very beneficial—maybe something like Trauma-Focused CBT. It won't change the facts of what happened but it can help your mind and body to heal. You might check with your doctor for a referral, or look in the Psychology Today therapist directory. Wishing you the best.
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