Trauma from child sexual abuse isolates you. 90% of your thoughts add to that separation. However, you can't heal in isolation. These thoughts will continue to make you feel disconnected until you’re mindful of them and seek human connections.
But how do you do that? You take a chance and reach out. Peer support groups, coaching, or therapy help you reconnect with others.
As you know, I’m a huge fan of peer support groups. I’ve seen how much good they can do for members. In fact, I just started a new peer support group for survivors of trauma and child sexual abuse called Stronger Together!
Groups can be a powerful healing tool. You learn how others are struggling and healing, and how to apply that to your own life. You’ll also learn:
- You're not alone
- There’s nothing wrong with you
- The abuse wasn’t your fault
- How others are healing
- What works and what doesn't
- How to ask for support
- How to feel believed, validated, and heard
DATES AND TIMES:
December 5 (5:00-6:00pm, PST)
December 17 (5:00-6:00pm, PST)
FEE: $25 per meeting
Follow this link to register for the support group meeting on December 5:
After registration and payment, you will receive a confirmation email with the log in link and/or a phone number for you to use when you join us in the meeting.
If you’d like more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our goal for each meeting is to come together in healing, learning, and support. We’ll focus on a specific topic during the first part of each meeting. Then spend the rest of the time sharing and answering any questions you might have about the trauma you experienced.
Come join us. We’re stronger together. We truly are!!
Would you like to learn how to stop isolating yourself and reach out for support? Follow (this link) or call 619-889-6366 to reserve a one hour coaching session with me. My calendar is filling up fast, so don’t wait. Let me help you heal your life. Reserve your spot NOW!
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