The negative self talk is part of the operation system that your abuser installed. The very essence of recovery is uninstalling that operation system.
We have to create habits that drown out some of the anxiety and bitterness of our experiences, so we have to train our brain to be more optimistic
This week I look at Shawn Achor’s Super Soul Sunday talk “The Life-Altering Power of a Positive Mind” and discuss how I feel it relates to our healing.
How we define emotional healing, affects so much of our healing journey, how we navigate it and how we celebrate our success along the way.
You aren’t just being healed but you’re also the healer. You have to learn how to take yourself by the hand and figure out what you need.
Sometimes we expect healing to magically occur, but it requires our active involvement.
I love a little time spend scrolling through my Instagram feed. Here are 10 of my favorite posts about boundaries.
Many moons ago, my therapist told me a story about a broken vending machine. The moral of that story? When we continue our old, trauma-informed behavior and habits, there’s a good chance that we continue to struggle.
It is not until you discover the wet towel someone left at the bottom of the laundry basket, that you really see the need to air that mess out.
There is a very big lie that abusers tell their targets. It is the biggest lie of all. This lie tells the target: this is all your fault!