Still Beloved ~ Reclaiming the Soul After Trauma
Victoria McGee, M.A.
I came across this poem called “Angry at God” and thought it would be helpful to many of us who have been through all kinds of trauma. It was written by Pastor Steve Garnaas-Holmes. His website is http://www.unfoldinglight.net. Angry at God My complaint is bitter; God’s hand is heavy despite my groaning. … I … Continue reading Sharing an insightful poem
“Between each wrinkle is a warrior, wounded but willing to show up. Underneath scars are soldiers fighting struggle and stigma. Life’s battles mark us, yet build us.” ~Dan Phillips Years ago, I was trying to offer counsel to a young man who had returned from the war in Afghanistan and was suffering from PTSD. His life … Continue reading We Who are Never Not Broken
Photo by rawpixel.com on Pexels.com When Army surgeon Rhonda Cornum regained consciousness after her helicopter crashed, she looked up to see five Iraqi soldiers pointing rifles at her writes… 1,264 more words via Strategies to Turn Trauma Into Strength — Fighting for a Future
“If you don’t make peace with your past, it will keep showing up in your present.” ~ Wayne Dyer Making peace with the past, with our memories, is such a crucial factor in healing. Being able to look back somewhat objectively at traumatic events in … Continue reading Being At Peace with the Past