Personal development coach Louise Lasson discusses how difficult past events can trigger reactions in your present life. Read on to learn why and how triggers happen and what you can do to overcome them.
YourTango Expert Mary Malia discusses the five harmful beliefs that prevent you from moving on from a difficult childhood. Read on to see if you're guilty and how you can change the way you think with simple these simple tips.
Personal development coach Pheobe Luwum discusses why it's important to be open-minded when working towards change and moving on from a difficult past.
YourTango Experts Lorna Minewiser, Kim Saunders, and Paula Shaw discuss how alternate methods of treatment may be beneficial to moving on from your unhappy and/or traumatic childhood. Read on to learn why these methods are beneficial to your treatment.
Karla Sapp discusses the different roles children adopt when they grow up in a dysfunctional home. Read on to learn the different types of roles and whether or not you'll need to see a family therapist to help heal your wounds.
Moving on from an unhappy childhood is vital in succeeding as an adult, but sometimes it can become difficult. Therapist and YourTango expert Rita Klachkin discusses the three ways you can help yourself move on, from turning to understanding family members to working with a qualified therapist. Read on to learn the ways to know whether you need help moving on and how to get there once you're ready.
YourTango experts Jerri Carr and Carol Look share their advice on using affirmations to living the best life you can today. Read on to learn how you can accept your past to move on from it.
Learn how to be happy with your finances by letting go of the money drama of your past and learning about your relationship with money in the present. Ready, set, save!
Ah, the ever-challenging task of how to be happy. These three words could be the ticket: They're easy to learn but oh-so-hard to say. Have you mastered the art of "I Forgive You"?
When it comes to relationships, sometimes, our past traumas can make us poor partners. Let's ditch these bad behaviors for good.
Don't be surprised if you see your marriage repeating patterns instilled in you from childhood: It's natural we seek out partners with similar qualities to our parents. But did you know that your relationship can also help you heal some of those old pains?
If you're dealing with anxiety over childhood trauma, it may be time for a deeper look inside. The first step to healing is understanding what went wrong.
There comes a time in your life when you must say goodbye to the baggage that belongs to your childhood. This is the time and our experts are here to help. Today marks the first day of our Heal Your Unhappy Childhood intensive and we've organized our life coaches and parenting & relationship experts to help you identify your issues and how to move on to a productive (and happy!) adulthood. Ready, set, GO!