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What's your earliest traumatic memory?

 
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The abuse ones are so sad. Its a wonder we didnt become serial killers.
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Re: What's your earliest traumatic memory?
Some teenage girl kicked me off my bike when i was 3 and broke my leg.

My older sister and her friend served that bitch instant karma lol
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Hand on stove...2 years old.
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The abuse ones are so sad. Its a wonder we didnt become serial killers.
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My boyfriend told me that if he would have had my childhood he would have become a mass shooter. I said I don’t think so, why would you take your frustrations out in innocent people after being a victim yourself. I feel like people that take things out on others inherently want to do evil and they are just looking for an excuse to do those things, that’s my opinion anyhow.
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Re: What's your earliest traumatic memory?
Two near the same age 5 or 6. Being held down with mask on face for a tonsillectomy.

Life review underwater in near drowning. It was a very short life review.
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First knicgurr interaction and violence….Since then, there has been much more.

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I was 3. Had an ear tag. I remember being held down on the hospital bed, lime green walls, and the med team shoving a black mask over my face to put me out.

They say mental illness is spawned from trauma.
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Almost drowning in a swimming pool when I was 4
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Did you ever learn to swim? Or are you still afraid of water?
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I swim, surf ,water ski and have no problems with water
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Seriously, illegal obammygro as duh fuggin president??? Frightening to the max!
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Re: What's your earliest traumatic memory?
I had really maladjusted bad parents and I have really maladjusted bad kids.

Maybe it's genetic.
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Re: What's your earliest traumatic memory?
Two near the same age 5 or 6. Being held down with mask on face for a tonsillectomy.

Life review underwater in near drowning. It was a very short life review.
 Quoting: Proud Trump Supporter


I nearly drown as a kid too, around 4-5 yo, didn't had a life review but felt the after life love and peace, completely rid me of any fear of dying.

I remember exactly what happened. I was at the bottom and was starting to run out of air but was unable to get back up. I started panicking but it only last a few seconds.

All of the sudden the fear and panic was replaced with peace and love. In fact, you can't feel that good on this earth, this kind of love and peace can't be experienced here.

Then they pulled me out and I was pissed. I guess if I would have stayed under longer, I would have seen the life review.

Death is painless.

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My first traumatic experience was in my mother's womb, in fact the whole time there was hellish, very violent. I just remember bits and pieces though.
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like what?!
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Too graphic to show, but it has to do with the sexual relations during the pregnancy. Sorry.
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The abuse ones are so sad. Its a wonder we didnt become serial killers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71375307


My boyfriend told me that if he would have had my childhood he would have become a mass shooter. I said I don’t think so, why would you take your frustrations out in innocent people after being a victim yourself. I feel like people that take things out on others inherently want to do evil and they are just looking for an excuse to do those things, that’s my opinion anyhow.
 Quoting: DelusionsOfGranduer


I agree. I don't believe my abusers suffered the abuse they put me through. They came from wealthy families and were lazy, well-educated, entitled, and vindictive.

Abuse is not born of abuse - it is born of selfishness.

There may be a phase when a child is confused about his sexuality because of his first experiences, but being sodomized is not what makes him a rapist - it's being spoiled, coddled, pandered to. . . and ultimately some choice he makes inside of himself to be the devil.

I've always thought that there are two kinds of "broken" people in the world: the abusers and the abused. One is a choice, the other is not.
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Re: What's your earliest traumatic memory?
Being molested by a neighbor when I was was 3. Him doing other shit to me, kicking my step dad in the nuts for hitting my mom 4 so he picked me up by the throat and chocked me while her and my sister ran out.

4-5 A needle going in my palm getting stuck in it, nail in my foot.

Dad beating me throughout my kid years for dumb shit, Being molested again at 12, before that losing my grandparents who loved us.

Seeing bodies in caskets, Father gave me a knife to kill myself.

Joining the Marines going to Iraq.

A lot of things to list but I feel bad for those who've had it way worse.
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Being molested by a neighbor when I was was 3. Him doing other shit to me, kicking my step dad in the nuts for hitting my mom 4 so he picked me up by the throat and chocked me while her and my sister ran out.

4-5 A needle going in my palm getting stuck in it, nail in my foot.

Dad beating me throughout my kid years for dumb shit, Being molested again at 12, before that losing my grandparents who loved us.

Seeing bodies in caskets, Father gave me a knife to kill myself.

Joining the Marines going to Iraq.

A lot of things to list but I feel bad for those who've had it way worse.
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Also one of my older brothers at the time being Murdered.

Life goes on the what can you do but adapt.
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Being molested by a neighbor when I was was 3. Him doing other shit to me, kicking my step dad in the nuts for hitting my mom 4 so he picked me up by the throat and chocked me while her and my sister ran out.

4-5 A needle going in my palm getting stuck in it, nail in my foot.

Dad beating me throughout my kid years for dumb shit, Being molested again at 12, before that losing my grandparents who loved us.

Seeing bodies in caskets, Father gave me a knife to kill myself.

Joining the Marines going to Iraq.

A lot of things to list but I feel bad for those who've had it way worse.
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Also one of my older brothers at the time being Murdered.

Life goes on the what can you do but adapt.
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That sounds terrible. I don't think this is what "Life" is supposed to be like. Adapt, but don't conform, right? We gotta aim higher than they did.
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In addition to seeing the man hanged at about 4, I was also hit in the head by a large hammer right on the occipital lobe, leading to near blindness at that same age.

I was in and out of consciousness, vomiting and with flashes of light, seeing my brother and sister carrying me.

Lord knows how long I was out.

I was a bit older than that and also had my arm caught in the spokes of a bicycle that ramped over me. That one hurt pretty fucking bad and needed up my shoulder for life. A little older and I fell out of a tree onto that same shoulder.

Got into an accident at 9 with no seatbelt and slammed my face into the back of the seat in front of me. Luckily we were only going about 30 so it just messed up some teeth, my jaw and broke my nose.

Busted my head open a few times around then, presumably concussions also.

Saw a man get run over by a steamroller in an asphalt operation. Saw a semi driver decapitated in a horrible accident where sheet metal went through his windshield.

Had a log bounce up and through the window right above my head in the back seat.

Grabbed metal on an ungrounded RV barefoot in wet grass.

There's probably a few more I can't think of right away.
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In addition to seeing the man hanged at about 4, I was also hit in the head by a large hammer right on the occipital lobe, leading to near blindness at that same age.

I was in and out of consciousness, vomiting and with flashes of light, seeing my brother and sister carrying me.

Lord knows how long I was out.

I was a bit older than that and also had my arm caught in the spokes of a bicycle that ramped over me. That one hurt pretty fucking bad and needed up my shoulder for life. A little older and I fell out of a tree onto that same shoulder.

Got into an accident at 9 with no seatbelt and slammed my face into the back of the seat in front of me. Luckily we were only going about 30 so it just messed up some teeth, my jaw and broke my nose.

Busted my head open a few times around then, presumably concussions also.

Saw a man get run over by a steamroller in an asphalt operation. Saw a semi driver decapitated in a horrible accident where sheet metal went through his windshield.

Had a log bounce up and through the window right above my head in the back seat.

Grabbed metal on an ungrounded RV barefoot in wet grass.

There's probably a few more I can't think of right away.
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Oh yeah stopped a couple people from suicides with attempted overdoses including my own sister.
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Re: What's your earliest traumatic memory?
Being molested by a neighbor when I was was 3. Him doing other shit to me, kicking my step dad in the nuts for hitting my mom 4 so he picked me up by the throat and chocked me while her and my sister ran out.

4-5 A needle going in my palm getting stuck in it, nail in my foot.

Dad beating me throughout my kid years for dumb shit, Being molested again at 12, before that losing my grandparents who loved us.

Seeing bodies in caskets, Father gave me a knife to kill myself.

Joining the Marines going to Iraq.

A lot of things to list but I feel bad for those who've had it way worse.
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Also one of my older brothers at the time being Murdered.

Life goes on the what can you do but adapt.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83627175


That sounds terrible. I don't think this is what "Life" is supposed to be like. Adapt, but don't conform, right? We gotta aim higher than they did.
 Quoting: Anonymous Survivor 82899410


Whoa I don't ever Conform haha. I've always said be a better person and don't put other through what I've been through.

Even when outcasted I'll still do the right/rightous thing
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My mother had undiagnosed scitzo and bipolar. I was 3 and my Dad took my brother to a soccer game and I was left alone with my mom. I did something to upset her, not sure what I did, probably typical toddler stuff. She got really mad and picked me up by my ears and held me me up in the air that way saying she was going to kill me. It hurt really bad, it felt like my head was going to explode.
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I know what that feels like. My mother was paranoid schizophrenic and was as mean as the devil himself. She not only would pick me up by my ears she would choke me up against walls and lift me off the ground with her hands wrapped around my neck a foot or more while screaming and spitting in my face. She even tried to kill me by chasing me with a butcher knife when I was about 5. Fired a gun at me when I was 16. Daily beatings and stampings were an everyday occurrence. It was hell on earth. But i survived and blessed to still be alive.

Needless to say I didn't really have a childhood... I feared that woman until the day she died which was only a couple of years ago.

My first memory was of me only 3 yrs old.

Mother had married a man as mean as she was. I was in bed, it was dark and I woke up when the light came on. My mother was Standing in the doorway watching as her new husband started beating me in the face and body with his fists.

When he was done he left the room. I was crying and asked my mother why he did that. Her response was because I was sucking my thumb in my sleep.

I even remember the next morning I was covered in blood and so was my bed.

My entire childhood was similar.

I'm not a victim though. I'm a strong independent woman. I'm glad I grew up the way I did. It made me strong.

I look around today and see weak people that fall apart at the most simplest problems. I would rather be me. :)
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That’s really rough when you have not only one person abusing you, but two. Thankfully my Dad didn’t abuse me but he would work at least 12 hour days, pretty much any excuse to not be home and deal with my Mom.

That’s crazy she fired a gun on you. My mother was definitely similar, she never fired a gun on us but she threatened to whenever she was “in a mood”. Once my brother and I got older (taller than her) the physical abuse stopped and it was all emotional/verbal abuse.

Was your mother triggered by holidays or birthdays? I could never celebrate my birthday and days like Christmas would set her off the deep end. My most memorable Christmas was when I was 12. We came home from a family Christmas party really late at night, and at midnight she declared that “Christmas was over”, proceeded to knock over the Christmas tree, opened the sliding door and dragged the tree out in the deck. She followed it up with throwing the presents outside into the snow and trying to light matches and toss them on the tree to burn it. As if that wasn’t bad enough she told my brother, Dad, and I that she was going to shoot us all with a shot gun. Later on in the night my brother woke to the smell of gas, she had lit every burner on the stove and blew out the flames letting the gas leak in the house. All I can say is, thank God she didn’t light a cigarette in that time period because we all would have gone up in flames.

I definitely think experiences like these make us stronger and creates a great amount of patience.

My mother passed away a few years ago as well. She had an aggressive form of cancer, only lived for 3.5 months from diagnosis till death. She really suffered. I kind of feel like, had she not been such a nasty person, she wouldn’t have had it so bad.

Glad you made it out ok despite having a shitty childhood. We can either grow from this stuff or let it hold us back.
 Quoting: DelusionsOfGranduer


Sounds like we had the same mother. Mine threw fits of insanity quite often like your Christmas story. I'm sure we would have similar stories about our crazy upbringing.

I'm glad you made it out ok as well. I'm sure you struggled as a young adult emotionally as I did, but I can tell, you, like myself, came out the other end just fine :)

My main motto is "what doesn't kill you can only make you stronger if you never let it break you".

Too bad we aren't neighbors, we would probably be great friends!

I added you to my buddy list... although I rarely post. I'm more of a reader here on GLP.

hf
"what doesn't kill you can only make you stronger if you never let it break you".

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Stumbling across a random web site from a vague mention in a newsfeed link once.

How long has it been now?
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Re: What's your earliest traumatic memory?
so there i am about 10 years old listening to the
white album for the first time.
after hearing one of my favorite songs still today.
Cry baby Cry and my favorite fun loving group the Beatles.

when to my horror i hear Revolution 9

as i listen i thought surly its an intro to what
is going to be another incredible song.

8 minutes of shock and awe

WHat the He...

ive never gotten over it. im still mad at yoko





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