My goals for August are focused inward.
Depression due to PTSD is very common for Trauma Survivors. Here are 9 steps I take to help myself move through depressive cycles and get back to living.
There are numerous benefits to using a weighted blanket - here are 5 benefits for trauma survivors struggling with sleep issues.
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
Self-Care is a very big part of trauma healing. Most importantly because of its role during our most difficult times. Self-care is what we use to help us refocus our minds and bodies to the present. It encourages us to intentionally seek out happiness during our times of great sadness. It is what we use... Continue Reading →
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.
“There are times to stay put, and what you want will come to you, and there are times to go out into the world and find such a thing for yourself.”― Lemony Snicket Well, I did it!! I did exactly what I needed to do last week to achieve the outcome I hoped for coming... Continue Reading →
Journals play a part in trauma healing. Here are 6 reasons why trauma survivors should keep a journal.