The majority of childhood abuse and trauma is inter-generational, passed down from parent to child over and over until one person says enough.
Healing childhood trauma means learning to sit with your emotions. Learning to identify, feel, and honor them. But what does that even mean?
Healing childhood trauma and abuse takes space, there is no getting around this. It is so important that we all learn to exist without apology.
It takes a lot of mindfulness to counter negative thoughts of self, but when done successfully it is empowering.
A Book Discussion with author Gail Dickert on the Five Stages of Grief & Healing Childhood Abuse and Trauma.
Make sure you work some "alone time" into your self-care routine. Here are 5 self-care activities you can do by yourself.
Seeking professional counseling is important to healing. Journey with me each week as I spill the beans on what it's like to be a trauma survivor in therapy