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Emotions

Childhood Trauma, Memory Loss and Abuse, Dissociation, Child Abuse, Survivor of Child Abuse, PTSD, CPTSD

Childhood Trauma and Memory Loss

Many adult survivors of traumatic abuse and experiences suffer from memory loss. Although many trauma survivors are able to remember how they felt when they were children, they do not always remember why they felt or feel the way they do today. They may feel like they were abused, but they might not remember precisely why they feel that way.

In this episode Lisa A. Romano, Certified Breakthrough Life Coach, Mentor and Author helps we wounded Adult Children from dysfunctional homes understand how we can use pain to help us transcend our wounds and how by 'reframing' how we experience our pain can also speed along our total recovery.

If you have been lost, hang in there as Lisa explains the purpose of pain and how we can learn to appreciate duality in our lives.

Adult Children of Alcoholics have been denied a childhood. Because our lives have been so tattered with emotional neglect, we do not feel seen psychologically. As a result we struggle today with feelings of low self worth. We wonder secretly, "Who am I? What do I deserve? Am I good enough?"

Healing ourselves requires us to be as open and honest to our personal truth, regardless of whom our personal truth disappoints.

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