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Do you want to overcome the childhood trauma wounds and obstacles that are holding you back? Is the impact of childhood trauma keeping you from confidently living the life God wants you to live? Does your trauma history keep you crippled by fear, yet you want to learn to trust others, trust God’s plan, process, and purpose for your life instead? The effects of childhood trauma can show up as low moods, negative thoughts, overthinking, anxiety, crippling fear, low self-worth, physical illness ...
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Show Notes Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 The month of May was National Mental Health Awareness Month, and there has been emphasis on things you can do and resources you can use to care for yourself. Today’s quick tips come from Mental Health of America, which outlines six activities you can do one day each week to support better mental health. Good mental …
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 My guest today is Dr. Karen Liddell, an ordained minister, a licensed clinical pastoral counsellor with the National Christian Counselling Association, a success mindset coach, a best-selling author, and a speaker. Karen became fascinated with the process of healing trauma to recover from her own past of childhood trauma which…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Why is it important to develop a growth mindset? The simple answer is - if you don’t believe your mind can change and grow, you won’t be as open to the life you can have beyond your trauma. Trauma has a way of making survivors believe that things won’t get better, circumstances won’t change, you will be this way for the rest o…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Are you in a love relationship, or are you trauma-bonded? Childhood trauma can cast a long shadow, affecting how survivors approach romantic and platonic relationships in adulthood. When there is broken trust, dysfunction, and poor attachment in childhood, adult survivors tend to go through life trying to replicate the experie…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Childhood trauma survivors often struggle to receive and give love because of hurt in relationships, poor models of love, or unhealthy experiences of care and attachment in their formative years. This leaves a gaping wound that they try to fill however they can. Many read about the love of God, but struggle to feel secure in t…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 As promised, I’m back with another Mother-focused episode for North American Mother’s Day. Today, I have a special guest, Nanci Lamborn, who shares her experience of childhood sexual abuse and the anger she felt toward her mother, who did not support her and even blamed her for what happened. Nancy will share the steps she too…
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Show Notes Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Welcome to the first official Quick Tip Thursday Episode. Starting this month, I will release an additional episode each Thursday with tips on various topics to help you navigate your healing journey. The four tips for today will focus on how to trust after you’ve been hurt, and they may not be what you think. After…
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When it comes to mental health, we know that things like stress, work situations, or personal relationships affect us, but there are other factors that you probably do not think about that can affect your sense of well-being. When it comes to mental health you have to look at all the factors that are affecting you because they could be impacting ho…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 We are doing something new. That’s right! It’s Thursday, and I have a special announcement for you. Listen to today's episode to find out more about what will be happening on Thursdays starting this month. I hope you'll be as excited about this as I am. With Healing and Love 😊 Jenniel 🌟Your Next Steps🌟 👉🏼Listen and Leave a Rev…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Stress is an inevitable part of life, but how you perceive and approach it can make all the difference to your well-being. Whether it's juggling family responsibilities, work pressures, or personal struggles, your mindset plays a crucial role in shaping your responses. Today, I’ll explore the concept of stress and share with y…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 According to statistics, about 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 20 boys in the United States experience child sexual abuse. This does not include numbers around the world. Usually, someone who is known and trusted by the child or child’s family members perpetrates 91% of child sexual abuse. In addition, many children wait to report or ne…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Let’s talk about depression. A depressive episode is where you experience intense sadness and low mood, and you lose interest and pleasure in activities that normally bring you joy for at least 2 weeks. Some of the symptoms include: Persistent sadness or empty mood. Loss of interest or pleasure in activities once enjoyed. Chan…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 April is BIPOC Mental Health Month, and mental health is an essential part of well-being. To help raise awareness of how to approach mental wellness in Christian BIPOC Communities, today I have special guest Margaret L. Conley. Margaret is the owner of MLC Consulting, LLC and the President of Mending Life Concepts Empowerment …
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Trauma survivors develop controlling behaviors as a coping mechanism to regain a sense of safety, security, and control over their environment following experiences of trauma. If you find that you can’t help but control others and things or people have told you you’re so controlling, I know that on one level, that hurts, but o…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Let’s talk about shame. By its very nature, no one wants to explore shame because it means looking at something that does not feel good. Today, we are going to talk about it because it keeps so many women hostage and unable to live out their God-given purpose. Let’s unpack what it is, how it develops, and how to heal from it. …
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 There’s a lot of talk about mindfulness these days, and mindfulness is often associated with Buddhism and Eastern practices, so some Christian women stay clear of it. Today I will delve into what mindfulness is and what it isn’t. Is it okay for you to practice it and if you do, how do you do it? Mindfulness can help you deepen…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Welcome back to our cozy corner of the internet, where we dive deep into topics close to our hearts. Today, we will explore something that many women carry without even realizing it: and some know it to well. It is the mother wound. We’ll talk about what it is, how it can develop and how to begin healing it. Let’s dive in. We’…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Today I continue my conversation with film-maker Rochelle Ann Thomas. Rochelle-Ann Thomas is a Filmmaker who has been writing and directing on the small stage for over 20 years and released her first onscreen film in 2023. Rochelle-Ann writes based on life experiences and is not afraid to explore dark topics that affect everyd…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Today, I’ll be sharing a conversation with my very first podcast guest, Rochelle Ann Thomas. Rochelle-Ann Thomas is a Filmmaker who has been writing and directing on the small stage for over 20 years and released her first onscreen film in 2023. Rochelle-Ann writes based on life experiences and is not afraid to explore dark to…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Many survivors of childhood trauma focus on what was done to them and the people who hurt them. They believe the key to healing, feeling joy and love is to have the person who wronged them confess, ask for their forgiveness, and make amends. These actions certainly help with the healing process, and thankfully, it is not the o…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 In 2 days, the world will be celebrating Valentine's Day. Many women (and men, to be fair) look forward to February 14th because they get to spend time with their loved ones, sharing a favourite activity, exchanging gifts and upping the love quotient. For many other women who struggled with childhood trauma, especially when th…
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Show Notes Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 The month of February has been dubbed, Boost Self-Esteem month. I don’t think the idea is to look at self-esteem this month alone, but it is to raise awareness so people can pause and focus on how they feel about themselves, take inventory and address what needs to be addressed. This is what I’ll be doing today. I’l…
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Show Notes Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Children learn and develop by playing. When they are allowed to play, they get to explore new things, develop different skills, step outside their comfort zones, and have carefree fun. When there is no pressure or criticism to the play, we seek their creativity to come out, and for any observer, you get a few giggle…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Welcome back to the 2nd part of the series on the inner child. If you have not listened to episode 27 yet, pause here, go back and listen to that one because it sets the foundation for what we will talk about today. In today’s episode, I’ll go through an exercise to help you connect with your inner child. I’ll also give some b…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Today, we begin to explore the concept of the inner child, which is one of my favorite topics. We’ll define who the inner child is and talk about the benefits of getting to know your inner child and why letting them show up is essential to healing your trauma. This is an important topic because, for many women, the inner child…
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Happy New Year Sister-Friend 👋🏽 This is the second part of the series on setting New Year's Goals. Today, I share why I no longer set New Year's resolutions and what I do instead. I include my 5-step goal-setting strategy to ensure a win in every situation. I hope this episode is supportive for you. Blessings and Love 😊 Jenniel Mentions: https://ye…
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Happy New Year Sister-Friend 👋🏽 I hope you had a blessed Christmas week and managed to strike the balance between rest and fun. I had a lovely holiday; I spent time with my favourite people and doing my favourite activities, which included cozying up in front of the fireplace and watching reruns of my favourite Christmas movies. I did have a good b…
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Happy Holidays, Seasons Greetings, Merry Christmas, sister friend 👋🏽 Different people have different responses and experiences regarding the holidays, and whatever is going on for you, I hope you are finding space to enjoy the essence of the season. Today I’ll be talking about what the essence of Christmas means from the perspective of Trauma. We’l…
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Seasons Greetings, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Christmas is one week away, and some of you may be excited for the holidays, as you look forward to reconnecting and spending time with loved ones. Some of you may be just a little bit anxious about the thought of being in the same space as certain relatives. Sure, you love your people, but let’s face it, familie…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 The Christmas season is here, and it's traditionally a time of giving. People go all out to gift items to friends and loved ones and sometimes themselves. Picture this, It's Christmas morning, and you've got a beautifully wrapped gift sitting under the tree. Your name is on it, and even though you gifted it to yourself, you ar…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Today we’re diving into a topic that's important and highly relevant for many trauma survivors. We will shine a light on trauma dumping, what is it, why it happens, how to know if you are doing it, how to respond if it is happening to you, and how to be more mindful about our interactions in personal relationships. Let's dive …
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Welcome back Sister-friend 👋🏽 Loneliness is on the rise, and in some countries like the UK, it is considered an epidemic, so much so that the UK Government appointed a Secretary of Loneliness to address this concern. In addition, during the pandemic, we saw a rise in loneliness as people were isolated and socially disconnected from friends, family …
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Hey Sister-Friend 👋🏽 Wat is the difference between hypervigilance and discernment? Most trauma survivors developed hypervigilance as a way of keeping safe. The traumatized brain is always on the lookout for people or things that may pose a threat to well-being. Hypervigilance is fear-based, and stems from the idea that people may not be who they se…
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Hey Sister-Friend 👋🏽 Welcome to another episode. For many trauma survivors, the inability to trust is a genuine concern, as their trauma has left them with unwanted trust issues. These trust issues impact how they interact with others; it often keeps them from reaching out for help and support because they are afraid to trust others and risk gettin…
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Welcome back Sister-Friend, Today, we continue to look at how to address negative thinking. If you haven’t listened to episode 16 – Struggling with Negative Thoughts,” pause here and go back to that one because you’ll need that foundation in order to get the most out of today’s episode. We’ll look at a standard and a low-energy strategy for address…
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Hey Sister-Friend, Dealing with negative thoughts is draining. It feels like it is a never-ending process that steals your peace. All you want to do is go about your day, see the beauty in life and enjoy day-to-day moments, but negative thoughts keep interrupting your flow, and before you know it, your mood changes, and you’re in a funk. What do yo…
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Let’s Connect: I would love to connect with you: Email: support@shadesoftraumahealing.com Join the FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/shades.of.trauma.healing Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shades_of_trauma_healing/Di Jenniel Taylor - Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist, Trauma Coach
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When I began working with people to help them heal from difficult childhood experiences, I began having more and more conversations at work and with people in general about childhood trauma. We would talk about their struggles, hopes and wishes related to healing from childhood trauma. I began to see a pattern of women not understanding, minimizing…
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Let’s talk about journaling. How does journaling help with trauma symptoms like anxiety, stress or depression? If you struggle with feeling overwhelmed and unable to process feelings, journaling can benefit you. It gives you the opportunity to sit and process while engaging multiple areas of the brain for problem-solving, lifting moods and increasi…
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Boundaries, Boundaries, Boundaries. What are they? Is it selfish to set boundaries? Is it even Christlike? Today, I will answer all these questions and share why I believe it is NOT selfish to set boundaries. If you are unsure if you have healthy, porous or rigid boundaries, you will get insight into what these mean and how they appear. If a lack o…
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Can God heal your trauma? When you first hear this question, you might be tempted to look at it as a question about God’s ability to do something about your situation, but I want to invite you to ask this question from the view of what you believe about God. Today, I will answer this question from the perspective of what we believe about God, what …
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In the last episode I shared a body orienting exercise that prepares you to do the exercises I share today. To get the most out of today’s episode, I encourage you to listen to episode number 9 before continuing. Dealing with anxiety is not pretty, it is often inconvenient, embarrassing and makes you self-conscious. All you want to do is be in cont…
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Meditating on God's word is a great way to deal with anxiety as a Christian woman. It is also important to know more about how anxiety develops in the body, because depending on the type of anxiety and the stage of the symptoms, there are additional strategies you can use. Today I want to talk about the other side of treating anxiety. That is at th…
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Hello Sister Friend, Being stuck in the space of trauma wounds is painful, discouraging and, at times, debilitating. You know there is more to life, you want to experience healing and growth, but you find it difficult to take a step toward help. This is quite normal for trauma survivors. Moving forward requires support, courage, and faith. In today…
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Hey Sister-Friend, Dealing with grief is tough. It takes so much energy to function with a heavy heart. Sometimes it is easier to keep busy and stay distracted. That may be helpful in the early stages of grief and useful as a way to function day-to-day, but the weight of the pain does not go away, and to begin experiencing healing, that grief must …
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Hey Sister-Friend, How are you doing today? I hope you are well :-) Today we will look at part 2 of the four pillars of trauma healing every Christian woman should know. In part one (episode 5), I unpacked the first two pillars of trauma healing, which are: Relational safety and preparation, and Education and skills building In this episode, I will…
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Welcome back Sister-Friend, Today we get to explore the foundations of trauma healing. In this episode, I will share the foundation that Christian women should base their healing on and how to build that foundation. I talk about the first 2 pillars of trauma healing so you know what to look for and what to expect as you take (or consider taking) yo…
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Hey Sister-friend, I love travelling. Going on vacation is fun and exciting, you get to learn new things, have new experiences, and create new memories. To get the most out of a holiday, some planning and preparation need to take place. Preparing for a holiday trip is not unlike preparing for a trauma-healing journey. There are steps involved to he…
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What led me to start this podcast? Hey Sister-friend, In today’s episode, I share how my academic and professional journey led me to become a Life Coach and Trauma Specialist who helps women find healing from childhood trauma. As you know life offers many experiences that can produce amazing lessons. Learn how I relied on God for discernment and di…
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Hi Sister-friend, There is so much talk about childhood trauma these days, but what exactly is it, and what are the impacts? Does every negative event in childhood result in trauma? I answer these questions and more in today’s episodes. I often see two scenarios with women seeking help. Some have experienced events that resulted in trauma, but beca…
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