Finding Love After Trauma


Finding Love After Trauma
Trauma can affect every aspect of life. Can I work through these roadblocks to help my relationship?

A question that I often get as a trauma specialist how can I "shake" my past to move forward with a meaningful love relationship? The roadblocks that unresolved trauma can leave us are pervasive, especially when we receive messages like "I'm unloveable," "I'm permanently damaged," or "I deserve only bad things." Join me in this interview with relationship coach Lorii Abela as I talk about love after trauma:


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