If you come from a relational trauma background, you may not have a mother (or parental figure) who can give you comfort when you’re struggling. If this is you, please read this essay instead.
Sometimes our healing happens unconsciously and in very practical, pedestrian ways. A therapist explains this and how you can do this, too.
A therapist shares one of the most powerful brain rewiring tools she uses with her clients and walks you through the exercise so you can do the same.
If you come from adverse early beginnings, you may never have learned how to titrate your experience. Here’s what this means, and why it’s so important.
Often we stop ourselves from meeting our needs with false excuses and perceived limitations. Here’s a story about that, and how to overcome it.
A therapist and relational trauma recovery specialist answers some of the most common questions when it comes to overcoming our challenging childhood histories.