If I ask you to close your eyes and imagine, the word “Trauma” what comes up?
I am sure it’s mostly dark, and dense and something you feel is tragic, related to a kind of catastrophe, or crisis, and you may immediately open your eyes so that you just get yourself out of this horrible imagination.
This term is so misunderstood, that even after several years of research and work, not many are aware of what it actually means
Let me share with you, this quote from Dr. Judith Herman
We all have been through our share of traumatic experiences and Trauma, and have been ignoring the silent screams for ages, which then manifest in our life in every sphere both personally and at the workspace.
- The belief,’ I am not good enough “
- Being a people pleaser, or a “Yes” person
- Trying to distract oneself in many ways, so that it becomes easy to push away complex emotions
- Saying to yourself – “I’m not ready for this yet”
- Feeling frustrated about trivial things
- Asking ourselves, “Why does it happen to me only”
- Second-guessing yourself – when good things happen and a lot more.
Let’s take the first step to understand it, through the awareness and acknowledgment of it.
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Thanks for your time and attention!