Thank you so much! And yeah, I feel a bit ashamed for exposing other people to that disgusting thing that happened, but I'm glad you stopped in time... That's why I put the trigger warnings there.You're doing so well and you deserve all the good things you're building for yourself.
You don't have to rely on your memory to share it anymore but maybe you also don't have to hold it in your head anymore to know it was real and you're allowed to be angry about it. I'm tired so I don't know if this makes sense but for me writing things down often makes it easier to no longer think of them.But it helps to know that now I have that terrible event written down and I don't need to rely on my memory as I share it; for some reason, writing stuff down makes everything so much more tolerable.
That's awesome, glad to hear it.It was nice that she came over before therapy, because I felt really calm and in the present in therapy despite having to go through the memory.
How interesting. I guess it's like dunking green beans or spinach into ice water after blanching to preserve the color. I'm always a bit scared of the iodine levels in seaweed but given that I live in a landlocked country maybe having some occasionally would be a good thing.I did some reading and the emerald color comes form dunking it into an ice bath after cutting it into thin strips after rehydration!
This is definitely something to be aware of, but I have noticed before that I crave and eat seaweed products periodically, then go several moths without. And after all, in many cultures seaweed is a daily staple as a condiment; not as a main course on a constant basis of course.I'm always a bit scared of the iodine levels in seaweed
I'm just astonished that I have been able to eat and even cook on a _therapy day_.I'm glad I'm not hungry reading about your delicious-sounding food.