with all we’ve seen this year where’s the hope that it will get better dread has crammed itself into every pocket of our lives this feeling of more shoes dropping more devastation landing on already piles high wreckage
an upcoming worrisome election more and more people dying from covid and violence anger abounds in every major city disillusionment rampant four more months to go i fear 2020 is not done with us yet
Hi guys, I hope that you are all fine. I know that I have a been a little inconsistent with my blog and I haven’t been around here and reading all your posts lately. I promise I sure will try and catch up with all your posts. I have not been feeling well lately…
I’m grateful to Barbara for her platform to discuss the important topic of generational trauma, one I feel has impacted not only mine but so many other lives. Life is hard enough, but when those we lean on during our vulnerable years for support do the exact opposite, it sets us up for so much more negativity. Thankfully, we can escape our past and live a good life. I hope being open about it can help others. Thanks again for sharing, Barbara!
This episode features the memoirs of Susi Bocks, who courageously shares her painful upbringing by a dysfunctional and abusive mother. Grief and anger hide in wait for illumination when Susi’s heart opens to reveal her self-worth, which was so beaten down over the years. Susi shows us that we can come to terms with our past and overcome parental abuse, which often results from transgenerational trauma.