In today’s episode, we discuss the layers of wounding and healing associated with childhood trauma. We’ll explore how the nature of the relationship with your abuser adds layers to both how you’re affected and what is necessary for healing. I’ll also delve into how childhood trauma affects our sense of self-worth, trust, and struggle with relationships.
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- Childhood trauma has a long-term impact on what people believe about themselves and the world around them.
- The nature of the relationship between the victim and the abuser adds layers of wounding and healing.
- The more trust, reliance, or proximity the victim has with the abuser, the more layers of impact there are.
- Regardless of who the abuser is or how many times someone has been abused, the belief about oneself is the same.
- The layers of impact influence how someone moves through the world and the evidence they go to prove what they already believe.
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