Next month is International Women’s Day. I’m thrilled to share that I’ll be participating in the Women’s Day event being held:-
AT: Trinity Community Centre, located at Trinity Road, Bristol, BS2 0NW. DATE: Saturday 9th March 2024 EVENT: 10:00am – 3:30pm
Details on my workshop:
I will be running a 30-minute workshop on the theme – :5 Steps to Overcoming Childhood Trauma.
My Workshop time: – 1:30pm – 2:00pm
Join me for an enlightening discussion! Please arrive promptly to fully immerse yourself and capture all the enriching content. As a new author, I’m excited to share insights from my book, ‘Pathways to Healing – Overcoming Childhood Emotional Trauma and Adult Pain of Sibling Estrangement.‘
There is a lot to cover in a short time frame, but if you want honest content and tools, then this is for you:
Let’s navigate through the maze of confusion, fear, and doubt together. Explore topics such as coping with family abuse, both verbal and emotional, acquiring tools for managing difficult relationships, and finding solace when feeling confused, depressed, or afraid.
I look forward to seeing you there, You will also be able to get a copy of my book, at a discounted price.
Recovering from the cycle of family trauma is a courageous and transformative journey. Remember that healing takes time, and it’s okay to take small steps. Here’s some encouragement:
1. Self-Compassion: Be gentle with yourself. Recognise that you are not to blame for the trauma you’ve experienced. Treat yourself with the same kindness you’d offer a friend.
2. Seek support: Reach out to a therapist, counsellor, or support group. Talking to someone who understands trauma can provide invaluable guidance and validation.
3. Boundaries: Learn to set healthy boundaries with toxic family members, if necessary. Prioritise your emotional
4. Self-Care: Prioritise self-care routines that nourish your mind, body, and soul. This can include exercise, meditation, journaling, prayer, or any activity that brings you peace.
5. Education: Understand the dynamics of family trauma. Knowledge can empower you to break the cycle and make informed decisions.
6. Forgiveness: Forgiving doesn’t mean forgetting or condoning. It’s about releasing the hold the past has on your present. Forgiveness is for your own healing and being free from the other person who has hurt you.
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