Finding your voice and healing trauma and CPTSD
In the episode of the Think Unbroken Podcast I spoke with Grace Juba and her journey of discovering her voice despite her past.
Childhood trauma can be healed with time and support. Therapy and medication are some of the ways to heal from a traumatic event.
We need to stop shaming people for their story and start making sure they have a voice and that people are listening to them.
There is no easy fix but there is healing.
Healing childhood trauma and using your voice is a process, it's not something that can be done in one day. It’s not always easy, but it's so worth the hard work. Yoga is a tool that we can use to heal ourselves and get back on track to using our voice again.
There are so many ways to use our voice to help others. We can speak up for someone who doesn't feel comfortable doing it themselves. We can share our story with people who need it most- knowing that we're helping them find their own voice as well.
Mental health tools are crucial if we want to take care of ourselves. It’s always important to remember that self-care isn't selfish, and that taking time for yourself is important in order to use your
Childhood trauma is a reality for many people. It can affect the way we live our lives and the choices that we make.
Healing from childhood trauma can be achieved by using our voice, yoga, mental health tools, and choosing ourselves.
Listen to Grace's episode here: https://www.thinkunbrokenpodcast.com/E85-Breaking-Free-trauma-Grace-Juba/