This article is meant to be informative, but may be triggering to some.
Remember that you are an individual with the choice to make change, not a statistic.
My ACE's score is 7 and although challenging at times, particularly before reaching maturity, my life is now fulfilled and meaningful.
I continue to struggle with health problems but they are not my focus.
Self care in every way possible helps to enable possibilities that I never dreamed of.
Live your Bliss
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