Untruths From Our Childhood We Need To Stop Believing

Untruths From Our Childhood We Need To Stop Believing Truly growing up requires relinquishing the many untruths and faulty beliefs that were handed down to us

We are programmed and groomed since childhood to believe things that are not really true or are inherently false. Our parents, caregivers, and the school system work at creating obedient and pliable humans who will [Read More]

Lost in Triangulation: Getting Sucked into Toxic Drama Games Amazing Magnesium: Relieves Stress, Pain, Scoliosis and More Unfreeze Trauma By Hacking Your Little Brain, The Cerebellum

Unfreeze Trauma By Hacking Your Little Brain, The Cerebellum The cerebellum plays a critical role in our stress response of fight-flight-freeze

The root of Complex-post-traumatic stress disorder ( C-PTSD) is inescapable fear. As children, the only option in dealing with dangerous predators aka abusive parents/caregivers is freezing –  numbing out, dissociating not reacting. Becoming frozen zombies [Read More]

Breaking The Habit of Being My False Self

Breaking The Habit of Being My False Self A false self is a survival strategy, becoming authentic is the key to mental health

Survival in a dysfunctional family entails keeping our parents/caregivers happy. How they feel, what they want is what matters.  We repress our true feelings, needs, desires in fear of being beaten, derided, or rejected. We [Read More]

Hope, Faith, Love and Our Neuroplastic Brain Closure – Dissolution of Hurtful Energetic Attachment Bonds ASMR Overwrites Those Ruminating Thoughts in Your Head Why I Wrote a Book About Being Able to Say ‘No’ To Manage Anger and Shame, Improve Your Distress Tolerance

Improve Your Distress Tolerance to Better Manage Anger, Shame Maginging distressing emotions requires awareness, tolerance and eventually release

Most of us have grown up being shamed for expressing anger.  With such an upbringing we learn to repress our anger and internalize the shame about our feelings. We are unable to manage or tolerate [Read More]

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