I'm by no means 100% recovered but I am far better than before and mostly in 4 months a lot of progress with slower progress after. So here is a list of things I did or do that helped. Journaling while doing bilateral stimulation. I treat my journaling sessions as a kind of free associations. I just let fears, worries, thoughts and images flow. I close my eyes between writing and let it come naturally. Eventually I am able to see how all of these things are connected. I used bilateral stimulation while I close my eyes and picture these things that usually distress me. Neurolinguistic Programming: visualization techniques. Every morning is difficult with some degree of anxiety. I wake up on and off with nausea or mild stomach cramps. I do breathing exercises until the cramps subside and I proceed with visualizing. There are lots of lessons on how to do it all over the web. Affirmations and gratitude lists. Even if I don't believe what I write I write what I would like to believe. Being negative requires little effort but positivity requires a lot more practice. EMDR: I did this sparingly but it helped. For some it's too distressing it depends on the individual. Peter Levine's waking the tiger exercises. Yoga: this was great for all things. TRE- good to release pent up energy. Exercise- as much as you cans handle. Naps- even when I had trouble sleeping I would still rest. Rest is better than nothing. Les Femhi Open Focus exercises or Yoga Nidra. CBT- for anxiety. It has been so helpful Meditation. That's it's. I mean that's a lot but these things have all helped with making recovery softer. I am currently doing some intermittent fasting to lose a few lbs. besides I developed a phobia around not eating and this Fasting is helping face some of the lingering phobia thoughts and behavior.