Monday, October 5, 2020

PTSD Patrol The Healing Letter

PTSD Patrol
Kathie Costos
October 5, 2020


The feature video today is Bruce Springsteen Letter To You. There are many times we have a lot to say to people who are not in our lives anymore. For me, I wrote a letter to myself when I was a lot younger and things were really hard. I let "me" know all the things I needed to hear back then and offer hope of how our life would turn out. It was healing even though I had to burn it instead of send it. There are a lot of times when we need to do that for ourselves, not for the person we want to say it to. If you have PTSD, then there may be a lot of things you need to say, and this really helps!

#BreakTheSilence and #TakeBackYourLife from #PTSD

Letter to You
Bruce Springsteen

'Neath a crown of mongrel trees
I pulled that bothersome thread
Got down on my knees
Grabbed my pen and bowed my head
Tried to summon all that my heart finds true
And send it in my letter to you
Things I found out through hard times and good
I wrote 'em all out in ink and blood
Dug deep in my soul and signed my name true
And sent it in my letter to you
In my letter to you
I took all my fears and doubts
In my letter to you
All the hard things I found out
In my letter to you
All that I've found true
And I sent it in my letter to you
I took all the sunshine and rain
All my happiness and all my pain
The dark evening stars
And the morning sky of blue
And I sent it in my letter to you
And I sent it in my letter to you
In my letter to you
I took all my fears and doubts
In my letter to you
All the hard things that I found out
In my letter to you
All that I found true
And I sent it in my letter to you
I sent it in my letter to you

Source: LyricFind
Songwriters: Bruce Springsteen
Letter to You lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group 

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