Learning how to differentiate past from present
In order to feel safety in the present, we need to first learn how to differentiate past from present. This
There is so much pressure on the survivor to forgive
There is so much focus on survivors forgiving their abusers instead of the abuser being called out for their behavior.
The flight-fight-freeze-fawn response is the body’s natural reaction to perceived danger or actual threat. These responses cause physiological and hormonal
Messages About Sex After Sexual Abuse
Let’s address and speak some truth on the messages that get internalized on a child who is sexually abused. •
Consistency The listener may become confused when a person sends a conflicting message between verbal and nonverbal communication. Inconsistency can
Impact of overturning Roe vs. Wade for Trauma Survivors
Let’s address why the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe vs. Wade is impacting trauma survivors. This decision is causing re-traumatization
What is Dissociation? Dissociation is a protective mechanism that we all use to varying degrees. Dissociation is on a spectrum.
What is Trauma?
If you are living with traumatic events from your past, ranging from insult, abuse, humiliation, violence, attachment wounds, or even