Unfortunately, in our modern world, our worth is often measured in our productivity. It is a belief that we take into our healing far too much.
In this episode, Mags interviews Carrie. She is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, intimate partner rape, and the former member of a Christian cult.
Mags discusses the importance of getting around people who can help you recalibrate your thinking in order to heal after abuse.
Carrie staged a hostile takeover of the Podcast to talk to Mags about the organization, her own story, and what The Healing Academy means to her.
Meeting that family was like walking into a house of mirrors. My perception of myself, my partner, the world… it all got distorted.
What if rather than assuming you won’t finish your goals, you plan to actually have your cake and eat it too? Here’s how you can set yourself up for success
When we change how we feel about our chores, and how we view their necessity in our days, we can really make them count as self-care in our healing journey
In this episode, Mags explores the idea of slowing down to heal—rather than rushing because you think you think you “should” be more healed by now.
Carrie Maya and Mags Thomson talk to Brady Hardin, cult survivor and host of The Life After podcast, about religious abuse and religious trauma syndrome
In this episode, I address the temptation we have to exclude one truth in favor of another—as though they can’t both be an honest representation of reality.