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I made some energy moves recently. It is time to invest in myself and explore the practices and techniques that I always talk and read about.
Forgiveness for the people who abused me is not a part of my healing journey and it is not a requirement for my healing.
Healing doesn't mean you never dissociate again. Healing means if you do, you take the time to love yourself through whatever it is you are going through.
Hi Friends 🙋🏼♀️ Writing/journaling is such an important part of my self-care and healing process that it made sense to me to share prompts with you to try and inspire you to write more. ✍🏻 Journaling can be a very powerful tool in the healing process when it is done correctly and with focused intention.... Continue Reading →
When a survivor of childhood trauma and abuse shares their story with you please believe them and listen to them. We do not need your solutions, your answers, or your help fixing us - we simply need your support.
As I spoke to my young, wounded part last night my tears fell like a waterfall from my eyes as I finally gave this piece of me the space to be seen and heard. I let her know that she is safe, that we are safe, and that it was okay to grieve.
I will not internalize his issue with me as a negative reflection of who I am which goes against everything my mind and body are conditioned to do.