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Many people who have experienced domestic violence & psychological abuse struggle to escape their trauma bonds and reclaim their lives. If you’ve ever felt like the pain of your past holds you back from living a healthy, fulfilling life — then this group coaching is for you.
I'm a certified relationship coach specializing in trauma bond recovery, so I can provide practical strategies for overcoming 6 of the biggest emotional obstacles that survivors face. You'll learn how to rewrite your past with an empowered present and future!
This intimate group workshop will help guide your recovery journey as well as connect with other survivors who understand what it's like to go through tough times. With my guidance and support, plus an environment full of compassion and understanding, you’ll continue to build the skills necessary to heal those deep wounds and take control over your own life again.
Sign up now for the Stronger Than Before 6 Biggest Obstacles Workshop! Find freedom from your trauma bond today with my powerful personal healing program.
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In these sessions participants will learn:
Stronger Than Before Coaching offers powerful interactive and guided sessions for those who have experienced narcissistic abuse.
This is an incredible opportunity to join an inspiring community of like-minded individuals while also building skills that are essential to recovering from traumatic experiences. Don’t wait another moment – start your journey to becoming stronger than before today!
This starts on February 23 at 12:30pm EST (11:30am CST/10:30am MST) and each session is 75 minutes. The program runs until March 30th.
We hold on to the idea of who we thought our abuser was. Why is letting go SO hard? You're experiencing more pain than pleasure, but you've been groomed to accept less and less. What beliefs are you holding on to that keep you in this cycle? How can you change the story around who they are, and what their abuse of you means? How has your abuser's future faking contributed to you staying too long? We're going to focus on who they show you they are in the present - not the past, and not the future.
Creating cognitive dissonance is an abuse tactic that creates in the target a sense of unreality, confusion, and a mindset of not trusting their own perception of the situation. We are attempting to hold two different and competing beliefs - the human mind simply cannot do this. Do you know why? Because two opposing things cannot be true at the same time. Learn how to stop seeing your abuser as two people. Breaking cognitive dissonance is key to your healing.
False guilt has nothing to do with what's true and accurate. Rather, it is usually the fear of disapproval in disguise. Your abuser has likely created a false sense of guilt to use as a weapon against you. This is why it's so hard to stop feeling guilty. There are 5 types of guilt, and two in particular make it hard for victims and survivors to leave or stay gone. Do you feel a sense of guilt? How has this contributed to the cycle of you staying or going back?
The fear caused by abuse is an emotion that can stick with you during abuse and after the abusive relationship is over too. What are you afraid of? I commonly hear: being alone, that they will change after you leave, fear of wasted time you've already invested in the relationship, fear of abandonment... What about you? Fear takes over your thoughts and feelings. In the workshop, we'll get to the root of your fear. This will help you put things in perspective and make a decision that's best for you. Know that no matter how scared you feel, there is always hope and the possibility of change. You are not alone.
Boundaries are important in any relationship — they’re essential to self-respect and others-respect. They create predictability and relational safety. Do you know what the biggest mistake is that people make when setting boundaries? Thinking setting them alone will work! What about the consequences? This is the key to setting boundaries and protecting yourself from further abuse. Have you been struggling with this? Let's fix that.
An abuser may have torn down your self-worth, but you can undo that damage. You can find yourself again - or for the first time! Abusers use brainwashing techniques to destroy your sense of self and your value. Regaining your self-esteem after bravely escaping domestic violence takes time. Are you up for it? Having self-worth is life-changing and I KNOW you can do it.
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The Trauma Bond Recovery Course teaches you practical, proven ways to move on from your abusive relationship. Through articles, videos, and exercises across 12 modules, you’ll learn why your trauma bond formed and how to break it. Every single person who has taken the course has provided positive feedback about what they learned.