Could Be Simone Biles Has PTSD & Twisties/Spatial Disorientation (Sad)

Comment: With all the sexually abused female athletes getting twisties I wonder what the correlation is between sexually abused athletes and Twisties. “Twisties” sounds just like Spacial Disorientation Which is Common With PTSD/Sexual Trauma.

What Is “spatial Disorientation” ? – VA Disability …

Aug 24, 2007 · This spatial issue is a very small part of PTSD claims.It CAN become a significant factor however- if you lost your job because of this- like say you were school bus driver and could not find the …

Spatial disorientation is the mistaken perception of one’s position and motion relative to the earth. 

Comment: For an athlete like Simon Biles Spatial Disorientation is a VERY DANGEROUS & DEADLY Condition [related to PTSD] to have. Sexual Trauma causes PTSD & Spacial Disorientation. I feel very sorry for her to have her golden moment completely ruined by this.


Simone Biles shares message about sexual abuse and ‘trauma’ she’s suffered

By Gabrielle Fonrouge

July 28, 2021 | 11:33am | UpdatedHow these plus-size girls are dancing their way to self-love 



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Simone Biles hinted that the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of Larry Nassar was, in part, behind her shocking decision to bow out of the all-around competition — with the GOAT sharing a message on social media from a fellow gymnast who defended her decision and cited the unimaginable trauma she endured.

The message shared on Biles’ Instagram Story and retweeted on her Twitter account are the first posts made to her social media accounts since USA Gymnastics announced earlier Wednesday that the Olympian won’t compete in the all-around competition after suddenly dropping out of the team finals Tuesday.

Biles’ apparent endorsement of the message, penned by former gymnast Andrea Orris, shines a light on what the athlete is going through and the potential factors that led her to drop out of the competition, which she has yet to publicly comment about. 

“It makes me so frustrated to see comments about Simone not being mentally tough enough or quitting on her team,” the message states. 

“We are talking about the same girl who was molested by her team doctor throughout her entire childhood and teen years, won the world all-around championship title while passing a kidney stone, put her body through an extra year of training through the pandemic, added so much difficulty to her routines that the judges literally do not know how to properly rate her skills bc they are so ahead of her time,” the statement continues. 

“All of this while maintaining her responsibilities to her endorsement deals, the media, personal relationships, etc. and some people can still honestly say ‘Simone Biles is soft. She is a quitter’

“That girl has endured more trauma by the age of 24 than most people will ever go through in a lifetime.”

A US official told the Daily Mail the message penned by Orris “sums up everything Simone is feeling and wants to say.”

“The fact that Simone has retweeted it, shows that she agrees with every word that’s been said on her behalf,” the source told the outlet.

In 2018, Biles revealed she was one of the more than 100 female gymnasts who credibly accused Nassar of molestation. She said the trauma brought about suicidal thoughts and made it difficult to return to the famed USA Gymnastics training facility formerly run by Bela Karolyi where much of the abuse occurred. 

“It is impossibly difficult to relive these experiences and it breaks my heart even more to think that as I work towards my dream of competing in Tokyo 2020, I will have to continually return to the same training facility where I was abused,” Biles said on Twitter at the time. 

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Three days later, the facility was permanently shut down by USA Gymnastics. 

During the team finals on Tuesday, Biles lost herself in midair while completing her vault routine and failed to complete a double and a half turn — a mistake that could’ve led to “career-ending” or even “life-threatening” injuries, Orris wrote. 

Following the stumble, Biles consulted with US team doctor Marcia Faustin and decided to sit out the rest of the contest

“It’s terrifying,” Orris wrote of Biles’ vault mistake. 

“She could have been severely injured getting lost in the air like that. The fact she somehow landed on her feet shows her experience and is incredible. The margin for error on a skill like that is insanely low. A very small wrong move, and career-ending or even worse, life-threatening injuries can occur.” 

Orris wrote that given Biles’ track record, the fact she took herself out of the competition “on her own merit” means her internal struggle “has to be insurmountable and should be taken seriously.” 

“Despite what she’s able/choosing to articulate to the public in interviews, we will never know or fully understand her personal choices and struggles. She does not deserve to have any judgement passed — number 1, because she’s a human, and number 2, after all she’s done for the sport,” Orris continued. 

“Plus all that she’s had to endure because of this sport, and the joke of an organization who protected her predator instead of her and her teammates for years,” the athlete wrote, referencing USA Gymnastics and criticism it received for not adequately protecting athletes from Nassar’s abuse, and potentially even covering it up. 

Jade Carey will be taking Biles’ place at the all-around contest Thursday evening.FILED UNDER2020 OLYMPICSGYMNASTICSLARRY NASSARSIMONE BILESSUMMER OLYMPICSUS WOMEN’S GYMNASTICS7/28/21

Explaining the Dangerous “Twisties”

The author of this/my friend Andrea, would like to explain the “twisties” to you all and how Simone Biles’ decision to step down was a potentially life and death one. What happened to her in her vault has ended in paralysis or death for some gymnasts:



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