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Welcome to a place where healing starts with powerful, positive statements. If you’re here, you’re probably looking for ways to heal from trauma. Healing from trauma isn’t easy. Often, we’re stuck feeling shame that shouldn’t even be ours. I’ve walked this difficult path myself, learning to overcome deep-seated fears and finding peace, even when far from home.

My journey, including facing my own PTSD triggers and learning to tackle my fears, has taught me the incredible strength of affirmations. Remembering back to when I first discovered the idea of healing through positive statements, thanks to Louise Hay, it was a game-changer. These affirmations became my light in the dark, helping guide me when things felt overwhelming. Now, when anxiety tries to take hold, my mind knows to turn to these affirmations, helping calm and center me.

This post is for all women out there looking to heal and overcome the effects of trauma. You’re not alone. Here, I’ll share how using affirmations has changed my life and how it can change yours too. It’s about more than healing—it’s about changing the way we think to become stronger, more loving towards ourselves, and empowered. Let’s start this journey together, using our words to help us move from the shadows of our past into the light.

Affirmations For Healing Trauma

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Remember that the journey of healing is deeply personal but always empowering. Through the practice of affirmations, you not only confront your traumas but also create a new story of strength. You can even recite them while you hike! Let this post serve as a starting point for you to get ready to embark on a path of self-healing and discovery. Don’t forget to incorporate it into your therapy and journaling practices.

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