My strong is not strong all the time and I’m okay with that. I cry. I feel. I heal.
Letting go of the past and healing from trauma is challenging in and of itself, but when the trauma is a result of unhealthy parental relationships, it becomes even more challenging. In today’s episode I chatted it up with Angela Roulette as she shared her journey of freeing herself from the emotional burdens that were keeping her stuck and preventing her from experiencing a life of peace and happiness.
Holding on to traumas of the past can be detrimental to your mental and emotinal well-being as evident in Angela’s story, but there is hope if you can find the courage to do something about it.
Tap in to this week’s encore episode to hear Angela’s journey to healing from the pain and trauma of unhealthy paternal relationships and how that trauma spilled over into her romantic relationships.
RESOURCES TO SUPPORT YOU IN DOING LIFE WITH LESS STRESS,
LESS WORRY, AND LESS EMOTIONAL OVERWHELM
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Cultivate a daily practice of nurturing yourself with Nurture Yourself Bingo
Nurturing yourself does not have to be difficult, but it does need to be consistent, so why not make it fun. Nurture Yourself Bingo is divided into five categories – one category per card. Each category has twenty-four activities to support you in a daily practice of nurturing yourself. All you need to do to get started is print the cards, laminate them, and start nurturing yourself.
Do one activity daily, marking a X in the squares as you go until you get bingo. Once you get bingo, do something to celebrate yourself. If you get bingo on more than one card at the same time, up the celebration. Alternatively, you can work on one card at a time and/or do more than one activity a day. It’s your practice, do what feels right for you. Whatever you decide, we’ve got FIVE CATEGORIES & 124 WAYS for you to do it.
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