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Powerful Coping Strategies
How I Thrive Despite the Suicidal Feelings I Have Every Day

How I Thrive Despite the Suicidal Feelings I Have Every Day

Do you struggle with chronic suicidal feelings? I have almost every day since age 8, and I’m not alone in that. It’s a common challenge those of us who have survived child abuse face—especially when we live with conditions like borderline personality disorder or...

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How to Erase Shame With a Meaningful Apology

How to Erase Shame With a Meaningful Apology

Alright, so you made a mistake. You did something that hurt others…and now you’re feeling like the worst human being on the planet (hello, shame!). That’s a normal experience—and it’s not actually a bad thing.  Shame and guilt can guide us towards being a better...

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The Hope We Need After Leaving an Abusive Relationship

The Hope We Need After Leaving an Abusive Relationship

Leaving an abusive relationship is no easy task, especially when we’re alone and with little support. That's why I made this video, to share with you the loving messages I wish I'd been told after leaving my abusers. It’s personal, inspiring, down-to-earth, and so...

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4 Easy Types of Self Care to Do When You’re Exhausted

4 Easy Types of Self Care to Do When You’re Exhausted

Surviving is tough enough…then you’re adding the work of recovery on top of that! Well, no wonder us abuse survivors are exhausted. Even being kind to ourselves can feel far too difficult. This episode lists four wildly easy types of self care, most of which you can...

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How to Stop Self Sabotaging Before It Ruins Your Life

How to Stop Self Sabotaging Before It Ruins Your Life

Self sabotaging is something most of us survivors of abuse have done at some point in our healing journeys. Like when we finally get close to someone, then push them away even though it’s a good relationship. Or we miss therapy appointments, even though we know...

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What Is Psychogenic Pain? & How You Can Live a Good Life With It

What Is Psychogenic Pain? & How You Can Live a Good Life With It

Psychogenic pain is when we feel pain that isn’t caused from a physical source (like a cut, bruise, virus, inflammation, etc). It’s essentially when our brain interprets that we’re in pain, but there’s no direct cause of it. At least, not a visible one. Psychogenic...

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