Healing from the Traumas of our Past

Navigating trauma as a motherless daughter can feel like you are drowning in an ocean of grief and shame with no life raft in sight. In processing our trauma, we may inadvertently be looking at current day experiences through “trauma glasses”. In addition to our grief, we are viewing life through the traumas of our past. When we take a moment to think about it, we’ll see that what is happening today is different than the trauma we experienced. Today we have the wisdom, the understanding, the power and control that we may not have had the time of our trauma. Part of healing is sharing our stories with others, and there is a lot of vulnerability that comes along with sharing our stories. It’s important to share your story with people who have earned the right to hear it. 

Healing from trauma can be very difficult. In this episode, two motherless daughters share their personal stories with trauma and how they have found healing in processing the traumas of their past.

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