Up until now you’ve had this whole “living your best life” thing down. You’ve got a steady 9 to 5, plenty of friends, you workout regularly, and hey even your partner’s mother thinks you’re great – what’s not to love? Yet deep down you’re hiding a past that you’ve always been a pro at bottling up, but with covid and today’s messed up world, the cracks are showing. You’re battling to keep it together.
Perhaps you’re suspicious of everyone’s intentions, and you trust absolutely no one? That makes loving you hard. No wonder you’ve never “settled down.” It’s not a question of if, it’s more a question of when you’re going to be screwed over. Hey, if your dad could do it to your mom – the mother of his children – what’s stopping your partner from doing it to you?
Trauma affects us in different ways, and what you define as ‘trauma’ may be someone else’s “normal.” There is no right or wrong when it comes to trauma, but we do know that it manifests itself differently in each of us.
The tricky thing with trauma is that it masks itself and hides in our subconscious. In most cases, trauma also lacks the ability to take responsibility, which is often why I see clients who are looking to work on their commitment issues or anxiety. Yet the root cause of their fears or behavior is a traumatic experience hiding in their subconscious.
Whether you’ve had a rough childhood, been involved in a life-changing accident, lost a loved one, or gone through a messy breakup or divorce, trauma can be debilitating – if you let it. It can lead to so many other issues in your life like depression, anxiety, and mood disorders. I help you identify and work through trauma so that you no longer have to worry about it rearing its ugly head.
If you’re ready to get your mojo back, schedule an appointment with me