Prevailing cultural beliefs about what it takes to achieve results are deeply embedded in our internal operating systems. But current science provides evidence that by operating according to these beliefs we may be sabotaging our results.
Being cooperative, deferential, and accommodating are often praised — especially in children. But these behaviors and attitudes can also be signs of one of the lesser-discussed responses to fear and trauma.
When it comes to verbal and emotional abuse, especially within a family unit, there are no innocent bystanders. Silence is complicity.
For many people, the holidays and related gatherings can be overstimulating and dysregulating. Here are 3 tips to stay trauma-informed during the holiday season.
Growth is uncomfortable. Growth requires safe spaces. Which is it?
The answer is both. Because comfort and safety are not the same. Here’s the distinction, and why it matters.
The Declaration of Independence tells us exactly what we need to do in soul-crushing situations, and how to liberate your soul.
We have so many apps to help us remember things that want to remember but that we forget. But we don’t need an app to help us remember the important or impactful things.