Both what trauma is and who someone with a trauma history might look like is often misunderstood. In this post, I widen and nuance the definitions of both.
Almost all of us have a negative inner critic that impacts our lives in some way. Today’s post is actually an actionable worksheet to help you get to know your inner critic so that you can shift the impact it has on your life.
The other night after putting my baby daughter to bed, I was faced with a four-load, multi-day-old laundry pile that I needed to fold and sort. Knowing this chore would take more than a little while, I popped open my laptop and started browsing for a movie to watch...
Creating your own family genogram can be a great tool in your self-discovery and personal growth process. Today’s post shows you why and how to make one.
To increase self-compassion and to create possibility for change, we must remember that our self-destructive habits were and are attempts to help ourselves.
If you have a childhood trauma background, you may be ambivalent about having kids because you’re afraid of messing them up like your parents did to you.
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