#5 In this episode I am speaking with my first guest - a brilliant trauma therapist Prema McKeever.
We speak about developmental trauma which is trauma from childhood that shows up in adult intimate relationships. Even if you don’t think you have trauma I highly encourage you to listen to this episode - I also never considered myself traumatised… Until I developed enough resilience to look a lot deeper.
If you see your trauma it doesn’t mean you are broken, it is not an excuse to stay in your patterns. If you see your trauma it means you can shift it. An intimate relationship can be an incredible support for that!
Prema has such a wealth of wisdom, I am so excited to share her work with you!
Go to sofiasundari.com/podcast for links to books that we mentioned and show notes!
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