If you’re an abuse victim, chances are, you want to overcome childhood trauma and secure a better life. But, something is stopping you from achieving your goals.
Maybe you’re keeping a dark and painful secret, and living in fear and carrying the burdens of guilt and shame.
Perhaps you’re stuck in survivor mode, and repeating old patterns of behavior and struggling to gain mental clarity.
I Know How Discouraged You Feel
Hi, I’m Linda, a Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Survivor.
After suffering through child abuse and domestic violence, and running in fear of an abusive husband, and losing custody of two children, I too suppressed the traumas and carried the burdens of guilt and shame.
Living in survivor mode, I repeated destructive patterns of behavior. And struggled to gain mental clarity, defeat childhood trauma, and secure a better life.
You Can Overcome Childhood Trauma
At forty-six, after leaving an unhealthy relationship, and meeting an estranged husband on a dating website, I started writing on a blog. And my darkest secrets came flowing out onto the pages.
In time, by the grace of God, I began to understand how past events and thoughts and beliefs govern behaviors and personal choices.
Reflecting over the last twenty-plus years, I understood how God worked to create in me a clean heart and transform my mind.
And discovered the lack of spiritual guidance and direction, and God’s divine wisdom blocked the way. I found trust in the Lord, Jesus Christ is the key to securing a better life.
I achieved my goal – and you can too.
Helping You Heal Childhood Trauma
My purpose for writing a personal blog and upcoming Memoir is to encourage self-reflection and foster your personal development and spiritual growth.
To help you heal childhood trauma, develop unbeatable faith, and live an abundant life. You can begin your journey with a popular post below. And join content notifications to stay informed. Opt-out anytime.
- Planting Seeds of Faith
- Why Doesn’t My Mom Love Me
- How I Escaped an Abusive Relationship
- The Heart of Domestic Violence
Writing Journal for Healing
Do you want to reflect on past experiences and release your fears, and feelings of anger and sadness, and repressed memories? If so, visit the Writing Journal for Healing page and learn about Burden Talk a writing journal for survivors of childhood trauma.