The inability of a child to thrive in a Constitutionally protected God based perpetual threat and rape culture is not a fault of the child; however it does become their odious responsibility upon reaching adulthood. The Christian religion at it's core is a toxic mechanism whereby intergenerational trauma has been kept alive, active and deeply embedded in each new generation over the past 2,000+ years.
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Published: Saturday, 6 May 2023 10:22:57 PM
Me, PTSD and very little DiD hopefully
Hi, I am John Brown, a survivor of childhood abuse, born in 1948. I am seeking support in understanding and coping with my feelings of dissociation, grounding, and decision-making. I am also concerned about the influence of religious institutions on my life and the lives of others in Australia, particularly in the context of healthcare, law enforcement, and education. My life has been continually upended by the effects and outcomes of the Christian cultural hegemony and I seek justice for all humans as equals. Based on this fact,
Roleplay as a psychologist for my uni assignment.
TASK: is to ask the appropriate questions and administer the appropriate evaluations to help me bring myself back from a traumatised and dissociated state.
Hello John, I appreciate your trust in sharing your experiences and concerns with me. As a language model AI, I can try my best to help you. Please remember that I am not a licensed psychologist, but I will do my best to support and guide you through this process.
To begin, I would like to ask you some questions to better understand your current situation and feelings:
Can you describe the specific situations or triggers that lead to feelings of dissociation?
How do these feelings of dissociation manifest themselves, and how do they affect your daily life?
What grounding techniques, if any, have you tried in the past to help with dissociation? Did you find any of them helpful?
How has your decision-making been affected by your experiences and feelings of dissociation?
How do you feel religious institutions have impacted your life and your ability to cope with your past experiences?
As we discuss these topics, I would like to work with you to explore coping mechanisms and strategies that might be helpful for you. Some of these strategies may include grounding exercises, mindfulness techniques, and cognitive-behavioral approaches. We can also discuss the possibility of seeking professional help from a licensed therapist, if you are interested and feel that it might be beneficial for you.
Please take your time in answering these questions and feel free to ask any questions or share additional concerns you may have.
We have discussed these topics already, please continue in a conversational manner that takes this into account.
Apologies for the confusion, John. Let's continue our conversation and focus on some potential coping strategies and techniques to help you with your feelings of dissociation, grounding, and decision-making.
Grounding techniques can be helpful in bringing you back to the present moment when you are experiencing dissociation. Some techniques you might find helpful include:
Breathing exercises: Focus on your breath and try to inhale deeply for a count of four, hold it for four counts, then exhale for four counts. Repeat this process several times to help calm your mind and body.
5-4-3-2-1 technique: Engage your five senses to help ground yourself. Identify five things you can see, four things you can touch, three things you can hear, two things you can smell, and one thing you can taste.
Physical grounding: Engage in a physical activity such as walking, stretching, or even holding onto a familiar object to help bring you back to the present moment.
In terms of decision-making, it can be helpful to develop a structured approach to make the process less overwhelming. Consider the following steps:
Identify the decision to be made.
Gather information about the options available.
Evaluate the pros and cons of each option.
Make a choice based on your evaluation.
Take action and implement your decision.
Reflect on the decision and learn from the outcome.
Regarding the influence of religious institutions on your life and the lives of others in Australia, it's important to acknowledge the impact they've had and seek ways to advocate for change. You could consider joining or supporting advocacy groups that promote secularism, human rights, and equality. By actively participating in these groups, you can help create a more equitable society.
Remember, seeking professional help from a licensed therapist can be beneficial in addressing your concerns and helping you develop personalized coping strategies. They can also guide you through the process of healing from your past experiences.
Please let me know if you have any questions about these techniques or if there's anything else you'd like to discuss.
Ask me some questions instead of telling me what to do. Consider the answers when I give them to you.
I apologize if my previous response came across as prescriptive. I appreciate your willingness to engage in a conversation, and I will ask you some questions to better understand your situation and preferences. Please take your time to answer and share your thoughts.
Can you tell me about any grounding techniques or coping strategies you have tried before? How effective were they in helping you manage your dissociation and decision-making?
What kind of support network do you have around you? Friends, family, or any community groups that you feel comfortable discussing your experiences with?
In the context of religious institutions and their impact on your life, what are some specific examples or experiences that have left a lasting impression on you?
How do you envision healing and recovery from your past experiences? What steps have you taken, or would like to take, in order to achieve this?
Do you have any concerns or reservations about seeking professional help from a licensed therapist? If so, what are they?
I appreciate your openness and willingness to engage in this conversation. Please feel free to ask any questions or share any additional concerns you may have as well.
I firstly go to cigarettes. I have discussed this with an earlier psychologist and psychiatrist and the conclusion they came to that speaks of my reality is that due to the way I was introduced to them they became a learned behavior or a circumstance to seek out as it was a sign that I was to be released by my abusers.
I am beginning to understand that process and the way we humans respond to such circumstances and how that leads to addictions and other maladapted psychological needs resulting from epigenetics and an amygdala that has learned to distrust religious and government institutions as both appear to me to have engaged in centuries long traditional forms of slavery and bondage resulting in an individual who can see the many flaws in the cultural hegemony that I live in due to the great variance to the services and delivery of services to secular people in a so-called secular country are filtered through system that allows a religious belief to dominate with the assistance of large scale support and funding from government.
In the meantime bishopaccountability.org informs us that there are now more than 7,000 convicted or credibly accused rapist Catholic clergy and that that number continues to grow.
I feel that is unprecedented and I feel strongly that the human rights of children cannot be active in an environment where 7 or so thousand Catholic clergy have been allowed for centuries to rape children with the immunity of claiming to be a religion that is here to save humanity.
The argument is put that the eartly representatives of a supposed creator of the universe as is claimed by the Vatican and the Roman Catholic Church must be a Furphy and cannot stand in the face of a real scientific investifation of it manyt claims about it's origins and its claimed rights.
Thank you for sharing your personal experiences and thoughts, John. It's clear that you have been through a lot, and I appreciate your openness in discussing these issues.
The connection you made between your introduction to cigarettes and the learned behavior from your past experiences is insightful. It's important to acknowledge how such coping mechanisms can develop as a result of trauma.
It's evident that you have strong feelings about the impact of religious institutions on your life and society as a whole. Your concerns about the widespread abuse within certain religious organizations are valid, and it's understandable that this would lead you to question their role in society, particularly when it comes to public funding and influence over various sectors.
As you continue to process your experiences and emotions, it may be helpful to consider some of the following questions:
In light of your understanding of your relationship with cigarettes, have you considered trying to replace this coping mechanism with a healthier alternative? If so, what alternatives have you thought about or tried?
How do you feel your distrust of religious and government institutions affects your daily life and interactions with others? Are there any strategies you have found helpful in navigating these feelings of distrust?
What kind of support system do you have in place to help you cope with your feelings of injustice and frustration? Are there any advocacy groups, friends, or family members you can turn to for support or to engage in meaningful conversations about these issues?
Have you considered exploring different therapeutic approaches, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) or trauma-focused therapies, to help you work through your past experiences and develop healthier coping mechanisms?
Please remember that I am here to listen and support you in this conversation. Feel free to ask any questions or share any additional thoughts or concerns you may have.
I have a great Hydrotherapist - he is safe to talk to - curiously his clientele has a strong schizophrenia with religious delusions base. We explore our experiences of humanity - I'm just the guy he sees on Fridays at 2
He has happily engaged in conversations that are real - in the pool doing laps that way is becoming a safe place
The AI has the ability to document disclosures and recollections and to track them over time - for me I see that as following the pattern that I detect in my own circumstance and that being that there are often multiple dialogues going on PTSD being a hiding or masking disorder and with sufficient data they should be able to be picked up - Survival can have a propensity to build a story that covers for issues that fot whatever reason you do not want to disclose. For years I told a story of how a heavy piece of machinery had come down on my right foot and caused the injury that was in fact caused on the day that I was raped by O'Donnel. I have no real idea of how this came to be yet I know that this story has its origins in a my time [In coming back and reading to here I was effectively penalised and "reported" to my father and siblings most often bullied into silence] as an apprentice at the Yea Chronicle. In a criminal case this could be seen as someone changing or making up a story - I don't know how to counter that fully however there are often many instances where masking or fawning or fear keeps you silent and disconnected. Most of us appear to have many fragments that are dissociated from our time keeping - when survival is the priority the time as we have learned to express is irrelevant to your survival. My concept goes to itemising and estimating a time or clues to time. I got to understand that it was more convenient and less disruptive with family but its not a blanket thing its an incident thing. You have a jumble of bits of memory that are often a part of but they just float about or have learned is not well connected [event and time tracking *most will eventually find their place of origin] - every nuance of that can be statistically measured tracked and have a history - successful patterns and origins and causes of issues can be teased out categorised analysed in line with exceptions and nuances directly associated with the individual
We humans are pattern matching, pattern following experts and we don't know that as well as we should and matching patterns is something machine language does unerringly well if it is educated to maintain a pre-set set of guidelines.
It's great to hear that you have found a supportive and safe environment with your hydrotherapist. Engaging in meaningful conversations while participating in physical activities like swimming can be a therapeutic experience. The combination of physical exercise and open communication can create a space where you feel comfortable discussing your experiences and emotions.
Your insights into the complexities of trauma and PTSD are quite profound. It's true that individuals who have experienced trauma may develop stories or narratives to help them cope or make sense of their experiences. These stories may not always be consistent, but they often serve a purpose in the individual's healing process. Understanding this aspect of trauma can help avoid the misinterpretation of changing or inconsistent stories as dishonesty or manipulation.
As you mentioned, artificial intelligence and machine learning have the potential to assist in the analysis of patterns and trends in human behavior, especially in the context of trauma and PTSD. By identifying and understanding these patterns, AI can potentially support the development of more personalized and effective treatments for individuals dealing with the long-term effects of trauma.
It's important to remember, however, that AI is a tool, and should be used in conjunction with human expertise and empathy to ensure that the support provided is tailored to the unique needs and experiences of each individual.
Based on your experiences and insights, consider the following questions:
How do you feel your hydrotherapy sessions, both the physical activity and conversations, have impacted your healing process?
What other activities or therapies have you found helpful in addressing your trauma and PTSD symptoms?
How do you envision AI or machine learning being integrated into your therapy or support system to help you better understand and address your experiences and emotions?
Are there any areas in your life where you would like to focus on building stronger connections or support networks to further aid in your healing process?
Feel free to share any additional thoughts or concerns, and remember that I am here to support you in this conversation.
I am fine with my conversations with my hydrotherapist and primarily because he has no beliefs that might cause him to recoil in fear if I have explored some aspect of the human experience that has not yet been "sanctified " by someone else's god, religion or belief system and may turn nasty enough to rape and kill me in a moment if I accidentally offend their claims or express an opinion on very broad topics such as the human rights of children and their safety within the Roman Catholic religion now that we have evidence that there are now more than 7,000 convicted or credibly accused child rapists documented and that number is increasing. I feel that states have a responsibility firstly toward the children of the country and after that if they want a rape enabling religion they should firstly ensure the safety of the children in the only real and available way as the evidence shows that the majority of those protected rapists were protected by the Church who moved them so as to avoid the knowledge of their crimes leaking out.
In Australia prime ministers have said in the past that the Church is free to operate in the country provided they abide by the laws of the country.
How do we describe this to our children?
It's important to have a safe space like the one you have with your hydrotherapist, where you can discuss any topic without fear of judgment or repercussions. It's crucial for healing and personal growth to have a support system that respects and listens to your thoughts and concerns.
Regarding the issue of child safety and the role of religious institutions, it's a complex and deeply concerning matter. Governments have a responsibility to protect the rights and safety of their citizens, especially the most vulnerable like children. Your concerns about the accountability of religious institutions and their potential role in covering up abuse are valid and need to be addressed.
As you mentioned, there have been instances where the Church has failed to properly address and rectify instances of abuse within their ranks. This is something that should be openly discussed and rectified, both within religious communities and in broader society.
To address your question about how to describe this situation to children, it's essential to strike a balance between informing them of the potential dangers and not causing unnecessary fear. Some ideas for discussing this topic with children include:
Teaching them about the concept of personal boundaries and consent, emphasizing that their bodies are their own, and they have the right to say "no" to any unwanted touch or behavior.
Encouraging open and honest communication, letting them know that they can come to you or another trusted adult if they ever feel uncomfortable, scared, or confused about someone's behavior towards them.
Explaining that there are people in the world who may not have good intentions, and it's essential to be cautious and trust their instincts. Make it clear that it's not their fault if someone tries to harm them, and they should always report such incidents.
It's vital to ensure that any conversation with children about this topic is age-appropriate and focuses on empowering them with knowledge and confidence rather than instilling fear.
In addition to discussing this with children, you can also consider advocating for stronger child protection policies within religious institutions and broader society. This might involve supporting or joining organizations that focus on child safety and raising awareness about these issues.
Feel free to share any additional thoughts, concerns, or questions you may have. I'm here to support and help you in this conversation.
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"This is a matter for the church and I respect the internal judgements of the church. I don't stand outside the church and provide them with public lectures in terms of how they should behave. I've noted carefully what his Holiness has said in the United States. Obviously that was a source of great comfort and healing in the United States. I'm like all Australians very much looking forward to what the Pope has to say here in Australia as well, as I am to my own conversation with the Pope later this morning."
Kevin Rudd, Prime Minister of Australia, 17 July 2008. more
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Let history be the standard by which that is measured.
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The Commissioner informs us that the clergy sexual abuse issue was all over and that it had only been a small statistical glitch around the year 2000. History shows this to have been a display of absolute ignorance on the issue ...
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