This episode originally aired on YouTube. The link mentioned is further down in the description
Coping mechanisms… we all use them. Unfortunately, most of us tend to cope in fairly unhealthy ways which often leads to a lot of shame.
One of my most watched videos, month after month, is one from 9 years ago. I get emails often from people who find it helpful in making sense of their behavior or choices. With this understanding, we can begin to release shame and practice self-compassion.
This is part of the reason we need to understand things about our experiences and the impact it has.
In today’s episode, I share more on the importance of understanding how we, as survivors, use awareness and understanding for healing.
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-The importance of understanding the impact of childhood trauma and the meaning attached to it is emphasized
- Peggy explores the significance of coping mechanisms and how they can lead to shame.
- Understanding and healing childhood trauma can challenge feelings of unworthiness and self-judgment.
- Peggy encourages viewers to recognize their strength, resilience, and worthiness to overcome trauma-related beliefs and embrace positive change.
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