Tag Archives: Emotional Resilience

A Pal

“Good luck with everything, pal.” That was the final text from the man I thought would be my final love. Five words bent into a flint dagger. My eyes welled and my lips blubbered; sweat soaked through my shirt. Opened … Continue reading

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Trauma

Think about it this way: We all carry an invisible backpack filled with trauma. The size of our backpacks differs from person to person. When trauma is retriggered, our backpack grows heavier and arouses the preexisting trauma. However, by recognizing … Continue reading

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In Our Nature

The natural world and its process have much to teach us about flexibility, creativity, and resilience that’s already within us, just waiting to unfurl. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life … Continue reading

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Trauma

Where are you on your Trauma-Informed Journey?

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Emotional Resilience

Soon after starting his practice in in 2010, Mastin Kipp, creator of Functional Life Coaching, noticed a pattern of behavior in his clients. “they would set goals- try a meal plan, quit their job- but not follow through,” he says. … Continue reading

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