Victim Survivor Thriver

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This is a visual depiction of the different mindsets we may experience when healing from trauma. It’s important to note that this is not one size fits all, nor is it linear. Healing from trauma is messy and it is possible to one day feel like you identify with the “thriver”, and the very next day feel like you’re in the “victim” mindset again. Each of these stages plays an important role in the healing process, and neither of them are necessarily better or worse than the others. Moving through these stages can be a painfully beautiful thing. No matter where you’ve come from or what you’ve been through, it is possible to thrive again. Maybe thriving will look different for you than it did pre-trauma, but maybe it will feel sweeter than ever before.💛

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Published by Jane Faraco

Jane Faraco is the author of SURVIVOR, a very personal memoir of a sweet looking, sad eyed child who graces the cover. Her daddy drank and so began the cover up. There were always secrets. "No one must know. Never tell a soul." In her memoir she does tell, she shares with you her struggles and the secrets about everything! Jane lives in Vero Beach, Florida with her husband, Jim and doggies, Jacky and Maxi. She and Jim are the former owners of HAVANA Restaurant in New Hope, Pennsylvania for 25 years. They are the parents to Nadia and grandparents to Isabella and Jacob.

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