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Scattered Daily Thoughts

Welcome to my blog –a place where I jot down several things after my consultations: things I research, musings, answers to client's questions, quick motivation ideas, and more.


I hope you find something useful for your journey.


Trauma can have many faces.

If you didn’t have the level of care and support you needed while growing up, you may have learned that it was inappropriate to experience or express your emotions. This could have shaped your life in a conflicting way, for how you feel about a situation determines your behavior. Emotions play a crucial role for our survival, growth, and development, as in forming attachment bonds, defining communication skills, developing sound decision making and problem solving capabilities. When you don’t accept your emotions, it can make it harder to accept yourself, which could lead to long-term pain, making decisions that aren’t in your best interest, elevated stress levels, and problems in your relationships. If this resonates with you, I would like to remind you that you can choose to allow your feelings and emotions and trust them to show you the way, as you unravel your unique, empowering, trauma healing journey. Trauma can have many faces. In simplest terms, “overt” means the traumatic experience was “apparent”, or “visible”. “Covert” means the traumatic experience was “hidden” or “concealed”. All trauma experiences can affect us deeply, even when they weren’t abusive, and can have long-lasting effects on our overall health, wellbeing, and experience of happiness. We are wired for connection. Giving yourself permission to feel can be an incredibly powerful thing and it can help you get better at regulating your emotions. The more you work on healing trauma, accepting and allowing your emotions, and developing self care, the more you will be able to hold space for inner growth and experience deep love and healing. I am here for you. ~ L. 💐

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