The Great Lie: "I'm not enough" and Breaking Free

The Great Lie: "I'm not enough" and Breaking Free

After years of experiencing traumatic conditions inside of relationships that were supposed to be loving, many of us conclude that there’s something fundamentally wrong with us. Living with a sense of impending doom, we dare not venture into the creative space, lest we fail (once more). We dare not share who we are with others, lest they see how messed up we are. We dare not reach out, lest we experience waves of rejection and shame for simply wanting or needing something.

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Recovering from C-PTSD by Following My Heart

Recovering from C-PTSD by Following My Heart

My personal struggles remain personal, but the themes are familiar. All the life symptoms I mentioned earlier have been a part of my journey. And through it all I deeply believed that life was meant to be enjoyed—not endured. So I began to listen deeply to what my heart and soul were saying.

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Smart Women Stuck in Bad Relationships...How to Move Forward

Smart Women Stuck in Bad Relationships...How to Move Forward

The process of moving forward is going to be a challenging one; it may be more challenging than anything you’ve ever tackled in your career. That doesn’t mean you’re inept; it simply means your liberation is the task at hand—and you have the capacity to take on this challenge. As you walk through breaking free from the trauma, anxiety, and sadness you’ve been experiencing, a new and wonderful life will unfold.

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Putting The Pieces Together After Trauma

Putting The Pieces Together After Trauma

Putting the pieces together happens far more slowly than the actual trauma did. Every step you take is working to build your capacity to process the highs and the lows of your experience. If you can be gentle and kind with yourself as you start putting together the pieces of your life, you’ll have a far more peaceful journey.

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