Trauma from childhood can vary from intense to subtle occurrences. Examples of intense events can be abuse (physical, sexual, emotional), the death of a parent/grandparent/sibling, divorce, domestic violence, and an absent father or mother figure. Subtle examples of traumatic events can be that the child perceives the primary caregiver as not protecting them, loving them, or making them feel like they matter. Both types of childhood traumatic events have significant implications because children cannot fully express their needs. They will internalize these painful experiences and believe that something is wrong with them and it will always be this way. This in turn impacts their lifespan.
Become free from these painful emotional events, revisit your way of thinking about these adverse experiences, and become the person you want to be.
Emotional, physical, sexual and financial abuse strips away at the affected person's dignity. Leading to weight issues, and even illnesses. Feelings of anxiety, depression, self-blame, self-doubt, shame, fear, disrespected and loneliness are common and create a lot of mental and physical instability.
Rebuild your sense of self-worth, self-respect, self-love, and independence and gain strength and beliefs for a loving relationship.
Relational Trauma - Toxic/Abusive Relationships
Inner healing from past childhood traumatic experiences can improve communication and connection among your loved ones.
Remember if you are linking pain and pleasure to someone or something then you cannot be fully open to that person or thing. Let's investigate why you are not finding the connection you want. You will find that when you can accept yourself fully then you will be able to accept your loved ones fully.
Relational Trauma - Disconnection with Partner & Children
Past trauma and or grief and loss can leave you feeling lonely, guilty, depressed, anxious, numb, angry, and hurt. These feelings may persist and the underlying problem may not always be obvious to the individual.
RTT® unblocks these thoughts and feelings that keep you from connecting so you can improve your relationship with yourself and others.
Past Trauma & Grief & Loss
Wire in, fire in beliefs of self-worth, self-esteem, self-confidence, self-assurance, self-acceptance, self-image, and self-love. Learn to be your own cheerleader and be resistant to rejection, imposter syndrome, procrastination, toxic relationships, depression, and anxiety.
Understand how to attract an abundance of love, connection, and heart desires in your life.
Relational Harmony - Re-acquire a Sense of Self
Divorce and separation may unconsciously trigger any past hurts that we were not aware of. Emotional pain from our childhood will determine how well we handle painful events.
If you are left feeling unworthy of love, unhappy, depressed, anxious, and alone then it may be residue from your childhood hurts. Internal conflict within the person may be present and this causes a lot of confusion and even more distress around this issue.
Understand the root cause of a low sense of self and change your beliefs surrounding the relationship and its ending so that you can feel free to move forward and be even stronger and happier than before.
Relational Trauma - Divorce & Separations
Children from blended families who have suffered emotional pain with feelings of guilt, not feeling accepted, hurt, anger, rejection, resentment, disappointment, insignificant, and unloved may find that this type of relational trauma has an impact throughout their lifespan affecting their relationships, work performance, and emotional wellbeing.
These adverse childhood experiences make the world appear unsafe and therefore the adult will be stuck in most areas of their lives.
Relational Trauma - Blended Family
If the child does not develop a strong sense of self during childhood for whatever reason, in adolescence and young adulthood relationships may be challenging and cause emotional pain that keeps them going back to dysfunctional/toxic relationships.
This can be very damaging for teenagers or young adults who have formed their identity around a certain partner or friend that has blindsided or ghosted them and left them feeling shame, not enough, disappointment, different, and or no closure. They may turn to habits that cause harm to themselves or find themselves depressed and isolated.
Free yourself from past trauma and heal the wounds that keep you stuck and falling into patterns that no longer serve you.
Relational Trauma - Adolescence & Young Adulthood
What does it mean to be loved if you do not love yourself first? Understanding what it means to love yourself and put yourself first is important. Many people feel resentment and guilt towards their loved ones because they have occupied themselves in the process of fulfilling another person’s needs without leaving any time for themselves e.g., the mother role or the breadwinner role, or the caregiver role and so on.
Some people even go as far as neglecting their needs, so they do not upset others or to keep the peace by not expressing what they need e.g., not asking the boss for a raise in income or not wanting to create conflict with a spouse or a child or just not being authentic. People pleasing behaviour is common in these instances and feelings of “if I don’t say yes then I run the risk of not being loved or being abandoned or losing my job”. Self-love always begs the question/s: “Am I putting myself first?“ and “Do I make time for myself?” or “Do I really want to do this?” or “Are my needs being met in this partnership?” and taking action to ensure that your needs and hearts desires are met.
Relational Harmony - Loveability (self-love)
Many people confuse love for something else and are deeply disappointed when things do not work out.
Understand what being in a loving relationship is and what is needed. Understand how to acquire the self-worth and self-love leading to attracting these partnerships.
Live a life full of love, support, connection, and care.