Just leaping onto the healing path with the mindset we learned in the abusive system is the reason a lot of survivors quit. The first several lessons are about changing that mindset to set you up for success.
Staying Present + Engaged
Accepting the Keys
Celebrating Your Progress
Making a Self-Care Plan
In the abusive system, we learned that emotions are dangerous. Being disconnected allowed us to survive then, but the truth is that our emotions have amazing wisdom to help us heal and thrive. You’ll slowly reconnect to that inner wisdom, which will equip you for the rest of your healing journey and the rest of your life.
Connecting With Your Emotions
Sitting With Your Emotions
Accepting Yourself + Your Emotions
The inner child is where the harm happened so you’ll learn how to heal the pain of the inner child by re-parenting yourself. It’s not only the abuse that caused you harm, but the neglect. You’ll learn to provide your inner child the vital things that are missing.
Inviting Your Inner Child Home
Becoming Your Inner Child's Protector
Becoming Your Approving Parent
Becoming Your Inner Child's Ally
This is the backbone of healing. The pain of the past is caused by the lies we believe. You’ll confront those lies so you can see the truth. You’ll learn to grieve the past and provide the comfort you need to truly move on. Don’t worry if you can’t remember everything. What you remember right now is enough.
Remembering Your Abuse
Recognizing the Truth
Grieving the Past
Healing is more than eliminating the lies and the pain; it’s important to fill ourselves with good things. We’ll exercises that wouldn’t have been very effective on their own but once we start to clean out the old beliefs, we’re ready to receive the new ones and welcome new possibilities and fresh perspectives for an empowered life apart from abuse.
Empowering Your Future
Creating Your Future