From my years of research and work assisting thousands of clients to heal, it’s become clear to me that much of the most common advice, suggestions, and support we tend to offer to others, not only doesn’t work, it actually makes others feel worse. Despite being well-meaning and big-hearted, without the proper knowledge, training, and understanding, we can be doing more harm than good. So, the first way you can support someone recovering from past emotional pain is to learn how to avoid some common, un-intentional faux-pas.
People who experience abuse are seduced, groomed, brainwashed. They have an overwhelming sense of very deep shame which causes them to stay. They don’t need to be tied up, they’ll never run, they’ll never tell, they’ll never prosecute. It was the enslavement of the mind that trapped them originally and kept them trapped.
Activating your inner power so that you are better able to make the small or large changes you want in your life.