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17: Trauma Can Happen to ANYONE (Here’s What to Do)

The last few episodes have featured wonderful, strong women coaches as guests, and each has had their own journey of being authentic and brave. Today’s episode is more about my journey…

This is going to be a bit of a personal one for me, and I want to say that there may be triggers in this show, and if it’s too much, please do take care of yourself first. You’ll hear how very recently my son Nolan got hit upside the head with a golf club by accident, and I reveal the extreme fear and trauma I experienced from this event, and the positive impact that asking for help ultimately had on me.

Remember, trauma can happen to any of us and it can take over our nervous system when we least expect it. It’s ok to stop and to take care of yourself, as I had to do over the past week.

If you or someone you love has experienced trauma, please make sure to reach out and get help. Healing is possible, and you don’t have to go through it alone.

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Until next time, keep on practicing and keep on being authentic and brave!

What I Cover In This Episode:

  • The reactions I experience in my body when my child is not well, and the trauma that this specific event created inside of me recently [2:26]

  • How this event led to me gaining a deeper understanding of what trauma is an how it impacts us [5:04]

  • A look at where trauma is held in the body and the ways in which it can show up [7:31]

  • Some things you you can do to regulate yourself during periods of trauma activation [11:23]

  • Specific exercises you can do from your own home [13:41]

  • Why it’s so important to recognize that trauma can happen to anyone [15:28]

Links & Resources:

The Body Keeps The Score by Bessel van der Kolk, M.D.

Assessing Vocal Chanting as an Online Psychosocial Intervention (Study)

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