Posts Tagged 'overcoming childhood traumas'

When The Seas Of Change Swirl Around You, Will You Stand Strong?

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When The Seas Of Change Swirl Around You, Will You Stand Strong?

When change happens do you fear you’ll lose yourself? This is a common fear, one I’ve shared with many of my clients. Before I removed and transformed this fear, we feared if we allowed a specific change to happen that we could lose the life we created. Lose the life we spent years building, only to risk it for something greater that we believed could be truly possible.

Our lives can be a constant sea of change. This change can be ...

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Healing From Trauma and Grief

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Healing From Trauma and Grief

Stepping out in trust is a tremendous step to take for many especially in matters of love, for me this had been true too. When love is the greatest gift we’re given and requested only to love others as we love ourselves, why is love scary for so many? What is it about love that creates fear? Within this article I’ll share the reason I feared love, but only to shine a light to help others. Everyone has a very ...

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Journey to Forgiveness

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Journey to Forgiveness

Most of us have had to endure traumas throughout our lives that despite our best efforts to bury the hurt deep within our hearts, the wounds remain open, unhealed and uncared for. The first of my many childhood traumas was the sudden, unexpected death of my mother when I was 4 years old and the negligent emotional abandonment of my father as my 4 siblings and I were left to deal with her death on our own. Yet forbidden to ...

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