Trauma Bonds And Co-Dependency

(And 2 Excuses I made that kept me in an unhealthy dynamic)

Even though we SAY we want healthy and secure relationships, the truth is part of us doesn’t. If healing is going to happen and a change is going to take place, then we have to be willing to get uncomfortable, starting with a conversation

In Todays’ transmission I share the path to breaking the cycle so that you don’t end up turning your own household into a place where you don’t feel safe, and children are raised in an environment where they are anxious, depressed, and acting out as a result of the unhealthy dynamics that are actually from inherited family trauma.

I’ll discuss 2 excuses I made that kept me stuck in my Trauma bond for far too long, unable to break free until way after the expiration date, so that you can break free long before it gets to that unhealthy place.

As always, your comments, feedback, and shares make a difference. What came up for you in this transmission?

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Dr. Nima Rahmany

Dr. Nima Rahmany is a retired Chiropractor and interpersonal trauma specialist studying and teaching principles of healing mind and body.