Trauma Response

October 9, 2022

The key to healing from emotional wounds is to be able to release the pain from those wounds. The number one way to do this is to call it by its correct name.  Grief

  1. When you’re hurt, your body responds by producing hormones and neurotransmitters which affect your emotions.  ~ Your heart hurts.


  1. The tendency is to keep thinking about what happened to you. This causes your brain to produce more hormones and neurotransmitters,

resulting in greater anxiety and depression.


3. The emotions which resulted from what happened also continue the cycle.


To stop this cycle, you’ll need to access your inner power, release the past, and form your new future. moving forward.


There isn’t a person in the world who hasn’t been hurt by someone. Releasing the pain from these wounds are difficult for many, if not most.



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