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Get personal insights from my healing experience. I enjoy writing about how to be your most peaceful, wonderful Wildheart self in a noisy, crazy, stressful world – one that rewards busyness, achievement and doing MORE. It is possible to find peace and you’re most certainly worth taking the time to explore what works for you.
Is it written in the stars? Does your natal chart contain a yod like Princess Diana or River Phoenix? Confused about who you are and what to do with your life? Use astrology to discover your strengths, quirks and intuitive gifts.
Can a daily journaling practice really heal childhood trauma? As a survivor of C-PTSD, I share how to find inner peace and more confidence through a simple daily journaling practice where I’m never stuck on what to write.
Why You Can’t Ask for What You Want without Guilt, Shame or Feeling Like You’re Being Extra
If you’re a people pleaser and you want everybody to like you, then you will never be free to be your true self. Maybe you’re giving other people’s opinions too much power.
Today I share an excerpt from my diary of what it’s like to feel stuck in survival mode. It may resonate if you’re living with low level anxiety, are prone to overthinking and catastrophising, suffer with chronic self-doubt, or have a brutal inner critic.
Is your child worrying about starting a new school? For the highly sensitive child, making the leap to secondary school can feel scary and overwhelming. Use my plan to reduce anxiety and prepare your highly sensitive child for the new school term.
Find out what’s in My Healing Toolkit for Highly Sensitive After A Dark Night of the Soul. Also recommended for those with dysfunctional families and are recovering from C-PTSD / childhood trauma.
Today on The Wildheart Diaries, we’re going to talk about what it feels like when you release trauma from your body. I’ll also be sharing with you what’s in my healing toolkit and I have a little gift for you too
Today on The Wildheart Diaries, I’m talking about how our relationship with our father shapes our lives. We’ll be exploring absent fathers (physical and emotional), how critical and harsh parenting impacts our self-esteem and how in the narcissistic family system, some fathers are blocked from having emotional access to their children. This unwritten rule deeply wounds the abandoned child – the relationship with the child’s mother takes precedent, and the child is unprotected from the narcissistic mother’s abuse.
Today on The Wildheart Diaries, we’re going to do inner teen work and journal on that teen awkwardness. At that time in our lives, most of us were full of teen angst. We’ll explore self-consciousness body image, social anxiety, embarrassing romantic encounters, and the rebellious, raging fire within.
Today on The Wildheart Diaries, I’m talking about why talking to yourself is healing and how does it help you? Is it time to take back your power and find your voice? It could be an alternative to journaling. Like when you don’t know what to write, or you edit yourself just in case somebody else finds it and reads it.
Today on The Wildheart Diaries, I’m talking about these two different approaches to healing from childhood trauma (CPTSD) – Inner Child Healing and Shadow Work.
“Let go of who you think you’re supposed to be; embrace who you are.” – Brene Brown