Resources and Part 3

The trauma that happened to you is not your fault. Find someone who will tell you that over and over. Don’t give up. You are worthy. You matter. Your feelings matter. Your story matters. It takes a long time to believe that it truly was not our fault. That we could’ve done something differently. OrContinue reading “Resources and Part 3”

A Survivor’s Perspective – Part 2

Here is the continuation from the last post – Part 2 Trauma is stored in the body. Childhood trauma can manifest itself in many forms. They are too numerous to mention them all. Physical illnesses. Food intolerances. Learning disabilities. Relationship problems. Inability to receive love or care. Depression. Anxiety. Insomnia. C-PTSD. To name a few.Continue reading “A Survivor’s Perspective – Part 2”

Childhood Trauma: A Survivor’s Perspective

Part 1 What a complex subject: trauma. Because abuse and trauma are very complex. Developmentaland/or childhood trauma leaves an impact on a person in a way that nothing else does. Itchanges the neurons in the physical part of your brain. God created our brains to be wired forconnection. Trauma creates separation. Isolation. It fragments theContinue reading “Childhood Trauma: A Survivor’s Perspective”