• articles,  trauma

    Understanding the Fawn Response

    “Fawn types seek safety by merging with the wishes, needs and demands of others. They act as if they unconsciously believe that the price of admission to any relationship is the forfeiture of all their needs, rights, preferences and boundaries.”…

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    5 Symptoms of Childhood Trauma in Adults

    Childhood trauma has many physical, emotional and social consequences that can follow us into adulthood. In this article I will talk about 5 of those consequences, and some ways we can heal ourselves and move on with our lives in…

  • shadow/destruction

    grimacing

    You know where you have to get off because you have been there before, but not at night, and that cold realisation brings up a wave of panic like a sick sort of electricity. Because as you train your focus…

  • light/creation

    almost unbearable frequency

    There it is, that almost-unbearable frequency. That lightness, that purity. It is there. It is in the release. You become light only when you let go. It is there in the realisation on a Tuesday morning that it really wasn’t…

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