Uncover your joy where survivors of abuse find joy peace and prosperity

How close are you to thriving after abuse?

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Struggling to break free from your past? Here, you will learn to live a life you love, not the life your abuser left you with.

I too have felt my joy taken by past trauma. I was left with PTSD and a dissociative disorder, both disabling conditions. But, I worked hard and dug deep—transforming the pain of my past into a life I love.

This inspired me to create Uncover Your Joy—a company focused on helping all of us survivors find joy, peace, and prosperity after abuse.

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Arien Inspires: Transforming Trauma into Joy with Weekly Online Videos

Learn how to transform past trauma into fuel for your dreams. The Uncover Your Joy blog is a collection of videos and written articles to help you overcome the abuse that you face. Each blog incorporates personal experience, trauma recovery techniques, and personal growth strategies.

Private Mentorship: Personalized Healing for Survivors

Through dynamic and transformative holistic mentorship, you’ll no longer feel held back by past abuse. You will uncover your individual version of joy, empowering yourself to reach all of your greatest dreams. Book your free intro session here.

Latest Blog Posts

  • The Shame-Free Way to Leave Unhealthy Relationships

    It’s hard to walk away from unhealthy relationships the instant a warning sign pops up. Us survivors will often tell ourselves “I’ll never let anyone do this to me again,” but when it comes time to actually walk away…we hesitate anyways.  Why? Because after a life with so little love, we want every bit we can get. Even if the......

  • How to Reduce the Pain of Grief in a Loving Way

    Every survivor of abuse has experienced grief. It’s not always when a person leaves us or someone passes on—sometimes it’s the loss we feel over the fun childhood we never had. Or the betrayal of someone we thought loved us.  Grief is always complex—even more so when abuse is involved. Sometimes we attach to our abuser and feel devastated when......

  • How to Love Again after a Lifetime of Abuse

    It’s difficult to love again after abuse.   There may be compassionate and kind people who come into our life, but learning to trust them can seem nearly impossible. Or we settle for anything better than our past relationships—even if they aren’t great and we don’t truly feel a connection. They’re just someone less toxic than our abuser. There are......


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