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Big news! We’re expanding the radio show and giving it a new name. YOUR LIFE AFTER TRAUMA radio is now titled, CHANGING DIRECTION. Don’t worry, we’re still covering everything you need to know about how to move forward in your life after trauma. In addition, we’ll be broadening the content to address more topics about rebuilding your life and changing direction from trauma to triumph. For more details tune in at our usual time on Wednesday, 2pm EST/11am PST.
After experiencing trauma, the world around us changes justlikethat. Finding the strength to live day to day can be difficult and all consuming. Our very existence can be drudgery as we try to find a direction or a life that is fulfilling. Where on earth can a survivor find the strength to move forward and eventually accept who they are and who they’ve become?
Yes, trauma changes us and points us in a direction we would have never thought we’d be headed. But, we can choose to change our direction again and find a path that is positive, rewarding, and joyful. In order to do so, we need to first battle back and then love ourselves for who we’ve become.
On this week’s show we’ll explore both of these concepts. My first guest will touch on the organization that she created to bring awareness to the issues surrounding PTSD and veterans returning from war. My second guest will discuss her FREE teleseminar in process THIS WEEK about how to learn to love your mind, body and self. To learn more about the show and see our guests, click here.
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