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For six years I was waiting for a proper diagnosis. When I finnished my therapy, I finally got a diagnosis. The diagnosis is Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. 

Because of this, I now have the tools to beat this. I know that it contributed to the depression, I now understand how trauma affects my mind. The exercises that I was given have proved very useful. 

Being able to put off dwelling on negative thoughts has been a really positive experience. I’ve seem to changed my why me attitude to a what can I do and how can I fix this attitude has again been a real plus. 

The biggest plus is I’ve been able to start controlling my depression and not letting it control me. 


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