In life, we all experience painful events. Hearts get broken, a friend lets us down, and the death of a loved one brings the desolation of grief. Sadly, some life journeys also include abuse, harm, betrayal or terrifying situations. How we cope afterwards depends on many factors, but trauma often creates an emotional wound. As time passes, some healing occurs naturally. Yet trauma often remains in the psyche for months, years or even decades. Carrying an emotional wound makes life more complicated. However, everyone can begin to feel better, lighter and happier. Healing starts with a deeper understanding of what happened, compassion, self-love and renewed self-esteem.
Heal Yesterday’s Trauma dives into common areas of difficulties experienced in life. Each chapter explores how trauma hinders happiness and how to turn it around. Client stories—as well as those of the author’s—show how they released their pain. There are also exercises, tools and wisdom about becoming emotionally savvy, restoring boundaries and working with anger without exploding. The book includes a compassionate exploration of forgiveness and advice on how to heal a broken heart, as well as how to find peace after the death of a loved one. The book's theme is to help people re-find their inner happiness.
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