What Do You Believe, and Does It Serve You?

Originally published on Educate4Change on July 31, 2017 By Svava Brooks. Have you noticed my recent blog posts have been building on a certain theme? Each one is written to take you deeper and deeper into your healing. My intent is to help you tackle your core issues and accelerate …

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Why Can’t I Heal?

Originally published on ACEs Connection on July 17, 2017 By Svava Brooks. This is a question I asked myself for a long time. So many people could diagnose me. So many people could tell me what was wrong with me. But few could actually help me heal. Why? Because my …

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13 Steps for Managing Flashbacks

Originally published on National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse on March 14, 2017 By Pete Walker, M.A.. EDITOR’S NOTE: The following article offers some practical advice that many adult survivors of child abuse can use. A lot of us have little problem recalling the traumatic experiences we had …

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Putting resilience and resilience surveys under the microscope

Originally published on AcesTooHigh.com on February 5, 2017 By Christine Cissy White. “Resilience is a message of hope,” says Debbie Alleyne, a child welfare specialist at the Center for Resilient Children at Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health, located in Villanova, PA.“It is important for everyone to know that no matter their …

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