From Trauma to Triumph: Discovering our Story and Becoming Ourselves

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We all experience trauma. The kinds of situations that may be defined as traumatic vary between individuals. For example, a person who had a stable childhood and a good social support network who loses a loved one will experience substantial grief, but this kind of person may move into a new season of life rather well. Ultimately that experience does not disrupt their capacity to engage life nor their understanding of who they are. They are resilient. They bounce back from difficulties and loss. But for a person who was not nurtured well in childhood and lacks good social support, … Read More