Fanny Craddick
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Trauma egg: I'd maybe choose a different name but this is a good art therapy directive that's not heavily arts-based for those who are resistant.

Trauma egg: I'd maybe choose a different name but this is a good art therapy directive that's not heavily arts-based for those who are resistant.

Complex PTSD--Finding a way to not relive or reproduce the unhelpful patterns used against us in childhood can begin with learning what triggers you. Triggers are opportunities to challenge those destructive beliefs caused by trauma. I remind myself I am safe and that these bodily sensations are normal given what I've experienced. I don't need to bully myself the way they did for feeling this way. Be the comfort you didn't receive and nurture the parts of you that were ignored because YOU…

Complex PTSD--Finding a way to not relive or reproduce the unhelpful patterns used against us in childhood can begin with learning what triggers you. Triggers are opportunities to challenge those destructive beliefs caused by trauma. I remind myself I am safe and that these bodily sensations are normal given what I've experienced. I don't need to bully myself the way they did for feeling this way. Be the comfort you didn't receive and nurture the parts of you that were ignored because YOU…

Recently, I read an interview with author Danielle LaPorte where she stated that she never speaks meanly to herself. “Not ever.” This blew my mind. Because even though I write regularly about practicing self-compassion and embracing ourselves, I still struggle with harsh self-talk. I’m guessing you do, too. It might not be all day every day. Your cruel self-talk might slither in after you make a bad decision, after you hurt someone’s feelings, after you make a mistake at work, after you have…

Recently, I read an interview with author Danielle LaPorte where she stated that she never speaks meanly to herself. “Not ever.” This blew my mind. Because even though I write regularly about practicing self-compassion and embracing ourselves, I still struggle with harsh self-talk. I’m guessing you do, too. It might not be all day every day. Your cruel self-talk might slither in after you make a bad decision, after you hurt someone’s feelings, after you make a mistake at work, after you have…