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...she suggested that I look for moments when I feel safe and take note of them so that it becomes easier to remember what safety actually feels like.

That sounds really helpful to me. Thank you for sharing it.

I wish you success in your quest to find (notice) safety!

Parts of this resonate with me. You know how Havi says to bring safety in so that we can move forward and do our thing? Well, I've been thinking lately that I'm not even sure what it is I need to feel safe... So I'm totally with you in looking for what safety means to me and how to bring some in.

Safety is such a big thing for me as well.

I wouldn't have made the rest-safety connection if it wasn't, after all.

Anyway, just want to acknowledge the connection you made - it's huge! And, to wish you support and ease in your search for safety. :)

@Larisa: thanks! So glad you made that comment. :)

@Josiane: Ah. I remember that. Sending good wishes for your search for what *you* need to feel safe.

@Steph: you're welcome! I suspect it might also be useful for qualities other than safety.

To me, I read this and Radical Acceptance is what comes to mind. I don't know if you are familiar with Cognitive Behavior Therapy, but it is an essential part of that.

@Jan: I have not heard of it, but I will dig on Google - thanks!

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