Your Past Is Not A Future Sentence

 
I keep reading well-intentioned articles stating how someone’s childhood trauma (or any other traumatic events…PTSD anyone? ) permanently and irreparably damages someone for life.
 
And while that can be the case, and has been for many people, it doesn’t have to be.
 
I understand where they’re coming from – trying to help others understand the effects of trauma, especially if they’ve never experienced them personally.
 
And trying to bring the stigma of trauma out of the shadows and give it a public discussion to help end it.
 
And helping instill compassion in people. Good things, to be sure.
 
Yes, our experiences and the way we process them wire our brains. Yes, we are a product of our environments. But there are *amazing* qualities our brains were designed with called neuroplasticity and neruogenesis – and no, you don’t have to be a neuroscientist to understand the gist:
 
Neuroplasticity is the ability of the brain to form new connections and pathways and change how its circuits are wired.
 
Neurogenesis is the even more amazing ability of the brain to grow new neurons.
 
This is the best news if you’re battling anything that you’re wanting to learn to deal with differently.
 
Something difficult you want to overcome? Turns out you can.
 
Feel stuck for life? Turns out that’s just not true. Because you can grow new neurons and re-wire your current ones…you can change your experience of things entirely.
 
You just need someone to help show you how to do that.
 
If you’re ready to stop allowing your everyday life to be triggered based on your past programming, we need to talk. I have tools and skills that can help you permanently re-wire your brain.
 

There is NO past circumstance that can permanently damage you or trigger you unless you choose to stay stuck.

Your trauma was not your fault. And you can do something about your future.

 
I look forward to seeing you on the consult. 
 
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