Like many of you, I have been in quarantine for a few weeks now, and, again, like many of you, I have been watching quite a bit of TV. One film I watched taught me a couple of unexpected lessons about anxiety.
This film needs to be seen and shared. As you are in quarantine and staying indoors for a large majority of your days, take two hours to watch Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution.
Have you experienced something like this? Have you cared for someone who has experiences trauma, meanwhile you suffer trauma? Your loved one may have visible sings of the traumatic event, while your trauma is invisible. People may even want to help your loved one, but you may be completely forgotten. Before I discuss how you may be expressing your invisible trauma, I need you to hear this: You matter.