Happy Monday fellow bloggers. This is quite a late post, so I hope it reaches some of you. I have just done another video on YouTube, where I talk about the 3 main stages of recovery that someone goes through, in particular concerning the… Continue Reading “Recovery from abuse- 3 basic stages & how to identify whether you have reached the acceptance stage of recovery”
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Happy Monday dear friends! I have reached 100 followers on this page and I am very grateful for those of you who have supported this new venture. My other blog mychildwithin , documents a lot more about my healing journey and has already been… Continue Reading “Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing -EMDR (Short term therapy for trauma)”
Loneliness is an unpleasant feeling that a lot of people experience at some point in their lives. Loneliness is a feeling of emptiness or hollowness inside you.You might experience loneliness as a feeling that something is not right, a kind of minor emptiness. Or… Continue Reading “How to deal with loneliness”
Trauma bonding is the reason people choose abusive partners time and time again. Trauma bonding is also known as Stockholm syndrome, something that is mentioned a lot when someone has been abducted. Trauma bonding is something that starts in a person’s childhood, if they… Continue Reading “Trauma bonding”
Today I am grateful for my healthy body, my loving husband and the organic homemade food that I made for my little family. I am grateful for the stability in my daily life, the ability to write my blogs & create YouTube videos and… Continue Reading “Gratitude”
Where does over-explaining stem from? People naturally feel the need to make sure their point of view is clearly understood when in conversation with someone else. Nobody wants to be misunderstood when expressing an opinion or thought. What happens however when someone feels the… Continue Reading “Are you a chronic over-explainer?”