When we become aware of why we do what we do, we find the steps to heal and grow. I believe this is why we need to understand trauma — what it is, from both a clinical and humanitarian perspective, and that we all have it, to some degree. That’s why episode 29 of The Positively Living Podcast is about living a trauma informed life.
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In this episode of the Positively Living Podcast, Mallory Jackson and I are sharing perspectives, definitions, and descriptions to help support our wellbeing and resilience. Mallory Jackson and I cover the following topics:
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MALLORY JACKSON teaches at SUNY Jefferson Community College
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LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
The Body keeps the Score by Bessel VanDerKolk
It didn’t start with you by Mark Wolynn
Maybe you should talk to someone by Lori Gottleib
Episode 4 The Power of Gratitude
Episode 14 How We Grow through Grief with Katie Rossler