Sep 24, 2020
As children we need attuned, caring, consistent, present and safe caregivers for optimal growth and development. Parental presence shapes who we become. When there is consistent disruption of a child's sense of being safe and loved within the family relational trauma occurs.
In this episode we are exploring how to deal with emotional triggers and heal our relational wounds with Dr. Nima.
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