I am learning and feeling what it means to embody the work that I am doing and embracing my worth and my authenticity
Read the stories of Childhood Trauma Survivors in their own words as they share their pain, their resilience, and their hope.
There are numerous benefits to using a weighted blanket - here are 5 benefits for trauma survivors struggling with sleep issues.
Dealing with anxiety can feel like a monumental task. Between the over the top thinking and the physical need to run, or fight, it can be a lot to manage.
I didn't sleep well last night.I am so exhausted.Neither did my little one.There is no denying the connection she and I have.I swear the nights I am fitful, so is she.I won't deny I am grateful to not be alone in those moments.Awake and tossing, we finally settle back to sleep after maybe an hour... Continue Reading →
Today it one of those days where,it is taking everything I have to stay productive.Turns out my process is exhausting.I can’t wait for the day this mental and emotional fatigue stops.Does it ever?I have been sitting herepondering thoughts about healing.The Does it ever get better? Does it ever get easier? conversation in my head whereI have... Continue Reading →
She’s so scared right now, the little girl inside. She feels betrayed, hurt, and angry. She wants moral justice for her pain. How quickly life lost direction. She is panicked, frenzied. Her feelings are bleeding through. Breaking the surface, becoming my own. The woman: Held captive by the chaos of the little girl’s responses. Living... Continue Reading →
I've been fighting lethargy all day, thinking about wanting to write but not really having the motivation. That has actually been the theme of my year - thinking about what I want to do but not really having the strength (mentally or physically) to do it. Don't get me wrong - I've had many successes... Continue Reading →
Learning to manage anxiety takes time, but it is possible.